SpiritGroups are Coming — Get Connected!
Beginning the week of January 25, we launch SpiritGroups, s small ministry program that fosters Communion, Connection, Compassion, Community. and Challenge.
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What’s a SpiritGroup?
A virtual small group of spiritual explorers coming together for connection and an opportunity to deepen the spiritual path with companions on the journey. The groups meet weekly for a 10-week cycle of finding community, interaction, purpose, growth, and fun while exploring a spiritual topic.
When and where do SpiritGroups meet?
The inaugural SpiritGroups cycle will meet weekly beginning the week of January 24, 2021. Choose a day and time that fits your schedule and interests. Meeting virtually on Zoom, sessions are typically 90 minutes long and include prayer and/or meditation, exploration of a spiritual theme, and group discussion.
What is the time commitment?
We understand that many activities are competing for priority in lives today. One of the great things about SpiritGroups is that the commitment is for a limited number of weeks; a cycle is 10 weeks. Some groups continue to meet cycle after cycle, while other groups or group members take a break in between launches. Choose a group that meets on a day and time that is convenient for you — make it easy! When you sign-up for a group, please know that you are making a commitment to attend each session for that cycle. If you do have to miss a session, just let your group host know.
What are the available meeting times?
Monday SpiritWalk: Mondays, Jan 25, 6pm, Rev. Margie Hyatt
Tuesdays, Jan 26, 4pm, Cindy Hensley, RScP
Light-workers: Thursdays, Jan 28, 6pm, Leslee Ellenson, LUT
Lavender Tribe: Saturdays, Jan 30, 1pm, Rev. Maureen Wood, MFT (Teaching on Intuitional Metaphysics)
In this cycle, SpiritGroups are exploring the Unity masterwork by Eric Butterworth, Discover the Power Within You. Order the book via your favorite source, or you can obtain a copy below:
Preview of the topic HERE
I don’t see a group meeting at my preferred day/time?
Our groups are led by volunteers and meet at times selected by the volunteer hosts. If you don’t see a group at the right time for your schedule, consider hosting or co-hosting a group. This may be your call from Spirit to lead!
What does a host do?
We’re so glad you asked! Being a SpiritGroup host is fun and rewarding! Hosts attend 2 two-hour training sessions to give them all the information they need to know. A curriculum video library is available to provide the spiritual study component. Each curriculum includes weekly discussion guides and host videos. Essentially, the host’s role is to create a safe and sacred container for connection and discussion. The other main responsibility of the host is to determine the day and time that your group will meet using the Zoom virtual meeting platform to show videos and facilitate discussion. If you’re interested in finding out more about being a host, please contact Lisa Ensley, SpiritGroups program coordinator for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.