Making a Connection.

Small Groups! They’re how we do life here at New Covenant, and we’re excited for a new year of gathering together in these small, life-giving spiritual support networks.

Small groups are where real life happens and where growth naturally follows. They create an environment where consistent community with others comes more easily. Small groups offer accountability in our spiritual walk, and many times serve as a backbone of support when life inevitably throws a challenge.

Group Connect
Sunday, January 30 at 12:00 PM
If you’re ready to plug into a small group for the first time – or if you’re looking to make the switch to a different group – the Group Connect event is for you. This “one-stop-small-group-shop” makes it easy to see what your options are and ultimately connect with a group that fits your schedule and your life.

Group Connect offers a light lunch, followed by current small group leaders sharing the when, the where, and what topics they plan to cover during the Spring 2022 semester. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, visit with various small group leaders, and sign up for the group that seems like the best fit. Please register online for lunch and child care at

Women's Small Group Study
Thursdays at 9:30 AM, beginning January 20 | Room A243
Just for women: Journey through the life and times of the prophet Elijah and learn how the emboldened, fiery faith you desire is being fashioned by God in your life right now. This 13-week video and book study series is by Priscilla Shirer, facilitated by Mallori Demildt. It's not too late to join us if you do not need child care. If you need child care, please contact Deb Mehegan at for availability. Register at

Sundays at 9:00 AM, beginning February 6 | Room A241

This 12-week group is for newcomers or for those who are not currently engaged in a small group. Establish focuses on becoming better connected to God and one another while growing in our faith and in community. This group is open to anyone — those just considering Jesus and mature believers alike. Learn more and register at

Need More Information?
Want to know more about small groups at NCBC? Email, which will put you in touch with Andrew Boone, New Covenant’s Family Life Director. He’s happy to answer additional questions and help get you plugged in.