Small Groups for Adults
Judson has 3 categories of groups programs for adults.
NOTE: We do not expect church members to be in all 3 types of groups at the same time, but we do encourage you to be in at least one!
Sunday School Groups
Sunday school classes meet on Sunday mornings at the church facilities from 9:15 to 10:15 AM and use a quarterly teaching guide. Children and youth classes are age graded, while adult classes are more organized around the seasons of life. Sunday school classes are considered ‘open’ which means that guests and/or new members are welcome any Sunday. Class size may range from a few to as many as 20 attenders. For more info go to: /groups/sunday-school-groups
Short-term groups offer you the opportunity to explore a topic with a group of people that share a common goal so you can grow together in life-changing ways. Short-term groups meet weekly for about 6 to 8 weeks to explore one topic. In the past all groups met on Sunday night at the church but now groups may meet in homes or at the church facilities and will range in size from a few to 20 or more. A short-term group may be ‘open’ always accepting new attenders or ‘closed’ going through a short study that a new attender would be lost if coming in half-way. For more info go to: /groups/short-term-groups
In a Community Group, 8 to 12 adults meet regularly in someone’s home for 1 and ½ to 2 years to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. Groups choose from approved curriculums for the Bible Study time, working their way through such topics as relationships and or marriage, finances, theology, spiritual growth, evangelism, and community. Community Groups are considered, ‘closed’ groups in that no new members come in after the group gets started so that authentic relationships can be developed. For more info go to: /groups/community-groups