Our Spring Grow Groups at Hanscom Park UMC are now complete. We will have another round of Grow Groups in the fall. Please consider participating as a way to learn, pray, and grow in your faith. Here are some examples of Grow Groups that have gathered in the past:
Fish & Fellowship Group
The group met at the church each Friday at 6:00 to carpool to the various Fish Fry locations and gathered for fellowship afterward.
PRISM: Revealing God’s Love throughout Your Life (Confirmation for All)
This intergenerational confirmation class that was WAY more than an information dump of facts you will never remember. Adults in the church who wanted to revitalize their faith will joined together with high school students seeking confirmation for learning, conversation, and spiritual practice.
Sermon Discussion Groups
This group gathers to support each other on their spiritual journeys and reflect on the past week’s sermon topic.
“Inspired” Seekers Small Group for Women
This group was for women who are seeking, questioning, and/or not actively involved in church. We will studied the book Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans.
Band/Choir Small Group
This group gathered before weekly music rehearsal to support each other on their spiritual journeys and reflect on theological topics. Discussion often centered around the music used in worship and personal devotional time.
Dish & Dinner + Music Youth Group
This group meets every Wednesday throughout the school year, with a break around the Christmas holiday. (See Events page for detailed schedule.) For junior and senior high school students. Dinner and discussion from 5:45-6:30, and practice with the band and choir from 6:30-7:30.
“One Day I Wrote Back” Creative Spiritual Writing Group
This group explored writing as a spiritual practice.
Sunday Morning Book Study Group
This group met on Sunday mornings before worship to study a book. Previous books include Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans and Made for a Miracle by Mike Slaughter.