PNC Update

Small Group Guides

Post Quarantine Church

After a year of “sheltering” and closures the world is beginning to open. We as a church are in a time like no other with an invitation to respond. Who we are as a Church and who God has called us to be is what we will seek to discover as we look past our time of quarantine and into the fullness of God’s direction.

Post Quarantine Church

About the Content

Each week we'll continue along on the journey encouraging you to meet as a group to dive deeper into God's word and deeper into relationships.  This study will use the weekend messages as its launching point, with a guide and video being released each week. We'll take our time together to dive deeper into Chap's sermon, but each video will also stand by itself, so if you haven't seen the sermon for that week, don't worry about it! Our follow-along guide is designed to lead you and your group further into relationships with God and with each other, and each guide will have a scripture passage, a brief explanation, and some discussion questions.  If you're not in a small group and would like more information about joining one, we'd love to get you plugged in. We're excited to have you on the journey with us! 

Week 1

We'll start our time together discussing what the "post-quarantine-church" means and how you and me have an opportunity to re-think how this next season of life can look like. 


Week 2

This week we dive deeper into what it means to have hearts of flesh - Ezekiel 36:26


Week 3

Join us in our conversation on the Good Samaritan and loving our neighbor.


Week 4

This week we dive into Galatians 6:2 and the depths of what it means to be in community.


Week 5

This week we dive into Psalm 139 as we unpack the way God truly thinks about us.


Week 6

This week we take a look at identity. In Luke 3 Jesus is baptized and God the Father calls Jesus his beloved. This term informs us all we need to know about Jesus and our own lives for how we should live.


Week 7

This week we take a look at what it means to be the fullness of the Body of Christ.