The purpose of Wooddale Church is to honor God by making more disciples for Jesus Christ.
Making the transition from high school or college to a first job can be challenging. Moving beyond a network of strong Christian friends could leave you feeling like you’re on your own. It also might tempt you to dedicate less time praying or reading and studying the Bible.
At Wooddale, young adults don’t have to do it alone. Young Adult Small Groups are designed to bring together people in this age group to foster community and accountability.
It’s a way to live out what Proverbs 27:17 says, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”
Small groups meet many different nights during the week, gathering together to study the Bible, pray with each other and take part in occasional service projects.
“Being in a small group is an amazing way to connect and be in fellowship with other young adults. I have made so many good friends by being involved in small groups,” said Carleigh McCormick. “I have people who pray for me, help me answer tough questions and love to have fun!”
Not sure about joining a small group? Phil Akins encourages people to take a step of faith and get involved. “Joining a small group is a great way to draw closer to and learn more about God while also building relationships with awesome people in a warm and friendly environment,” he said.
The Young Adults ministry team is always ready to sign up new members for small groups. People interested in learning more or getting plugged into a group should contact Young Adults Program Assistant Jonathan Vinson.