SUCC Church Groups
 

church groups

Find Fellowship.

 
 
 
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John 15:12

“My command is this:
Love each other as I have loved you.

 

 

Whoever you are, whatever your need, wherever you are in your journey with God, we would love to share and fellowship with you. Explore our groups or reach out to us if you are unsure of where to start.

Group Mentors

For men who want to encourage, support and grow together. All welcome. Come as you are.

Group Women's Bible Study

When women support other women, incredible things happen. Join us every Wednesday.

Group Tiller Teens

For teens that want to grow in and own their faith, have fun and be there for one another.

 
Groups Celebrate Recovery

You matter to God and you matter to us. We’re here for you and want to walk with you on this journey.

Groups Tyson Road Bible Study

A Bible study group for men and women that meets Thursday evenings. We would love for you to join!

Groups Coffee House

Chocolate and Cinnamon Rolls.
Do we need to say more? Stop by on Friday morning.

 
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Small Group Study—Safe

 In this 8-week study we discover how our church, small group, and home can become a safe place for broken people, even you. It covers practical steps to revive the Body of Christ—rejuvenate the lives of men and women, rebuild relationships, and restore families.

This small group study will be on Wednesday evenings from 7-8 pm, and will begin on Wednesday, August 28 at South Umpqua Community Church, Tiller.

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Small Group Study—Digital Natives

 In this technological age, how do we keep our kids safe on the Internet? How do we teach children to use the Internet responsibly? This current generation are digital natives. They view the altered reality the machines give us as normal. The Internet reality of Anything, Anytime, Anywhere, is a powerful reality. Combined with the prevalence of Internet pornography, it creates a generation who are severely addicted. This study will provide a greater understanding of the Internet—how it affects our children and impacts our daily lives. This 8-week study is for parents, teachers, youth leaders, or anyone who influences, mentors, and disciples the next generation.

This small group study will be on Sunday evenings from 6-7 pm, and will begin on Sunday, September 1 at South Umpqua Community Church, Tiller.

 
 
 

Didn’t find a group or not sure where to start?

 
 
 
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