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Groups

Learn About Valley Simsbury Groups!

There are two plug-in points here at Valley Simsbury: Worship and Groups. We encourage everyone to join a group, where you can connect with others and grow spiritually.

We have three different kinds of groups. They're explained below, but first, watch this introductory video from Pastor Mark:

Group Descriptions & Sign-Ups

Topic Groups

Topic groups meet in person or online via Zoom for a specific number of weeks (usually 6-13). These groups focus on a specific topic of study or relevant life matter.

Current Topic Groups

DivorceCare

The DivorceCare group meets weekly to help you face the pain of divorce and help you move toward rebuilding your life. We meet in person at our 3 Mill Pond location on Mondays from 7-8:30 p.m.

sign up for divorcecare

REVELATION BIBLE STUDY

Join Pastor Mark as we explore the final book of the Bible together. We meet online only Wednesdays from 7:30-8:30 a.m. No need to sign up ahead of time!

Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94064872886

WOMEN'S BIBLE TALK

This online group meets weekly on Monday nights on Zoom to explore the Bible and connect with familiar and new friends. Join us any time!

sign up for women's bible talk

PRAYER GROUP

This group meets weekly on Tuesday at 3 Mill Pond to pray for each other, our church, and our communities. No RSVP is necessary -- show up any time! We meet from 7:30-8:30 a.m. each Tuesday.

Neighbor Groups

Neighbor Groups are for the entire family and meet at homes (currently outdoors). They focus on the second great commandment – “love your neighbor” – which means loving each other and teaming together to love the people where we live, work, and play. Examples of what Neighbor Groups do or focus on:

EATING TOGETHER
Whether potluck, prepared by the host, or ordering in, eating together builds trust and community. The goal is an extended-family environment.

SHARING STORIES
Discuss the message that was preached on Sunday or share personal faith stories. The goal is to encourage one another in spirit and truth.

BLESSING OTHERS
Each week, ponder who needs the tangible touch of God (blessing) in our church or your relational networks. Then make concrete plans to bless.

PRAYING FOR POWER
As you share about your lives and ponder who God is sending you to bless, seek God for his anointing, provision and power. 

Email us to find a Neighbor Group that fits you!

D.N.A. Groups

D.N.A. Groups are smaller gatherings of 3-5 people of the same gender who dig deep into life together. Groups “Discover” God’s truth, provide “Nurture” in the difficult and daily matters of life, and encourage each other to “Act” on the steps God’s Spirit is encouraging them in.

Email us to find a D.N.A. Group that fits you!