Engage Groups

The ENGAGE groups at College Wesleyan Church intentionally dig into scripture and meet once a week to discuss and be transformed by the Word. This is not a “Bible study” with a workbook or curriculum; there is no curriculum besides the list of passages provided. Our hope is that that we are made new through the simplicity of reading and wrestling with the Word of God with a small group of believers. If you would like to be a part of a group or want to know more, contact [email protected]

Spring Topic Groups

Topic groups form around a specific topic for a set period of time. These groups will begin the last week of January and last about 7-10 weeks. Topic groups are a great way to gather people at CWC around specific areas in our spiritual formation.”
Transcendence at the Table, Julia Hurlow
Leaders and Times TBD
Description: What if the universal space at a table is where shalom is experienced relationally? What if the longing people have for love and belonging can be extended through hospitality at a table? Unification can happen when invitations are extended to come, participate, and communicate at the table as a reflection of the Imago Dei. It may seem a little ironic to read through a book based on gathering together in the midst of a pandemic – but what would it look like for us as a church to learn and embody new ways of hospitality while also preparing ourselves for the eventual end of our isolation? We invite you to continue along this journey of Me to We as we learn to meet God and make space for others at the table in fresh ways.

Women’s Group – Rhythms of Renewal Video Bible Study, Rebekah Lyons

Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 pm beginning February 24

Daily struggles with anxiety and stress make it difficult to receive God’s peace. In Rhythms of Renewal, beloved author Rebekah Lyons draws from her own battle with depression and anxiety and shares a pathway to establish four life-giving rhythms modeled by Jesus that quiet inner chaos and make room for a flourishing life.

With heartening stories, research, and practical steps to take action, Rebekah charts a path through four profound rhythms to cultivate the vibrant life you were meant to live: rest, restore, connect, and create.

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Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, Peter Scazzero


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Eric Crisp

Discipleship Pastor

Allison Krupp

Discipleship Resident Pastor