Small Faith-Sharing Groups Launch at QAS!

Feb 20, 2019


Welcome to our blog! We will be updating the blog weekly with new posts about faith, fellowship, and our small groups here at Queen of All Saints.

As the Lenten season approaches, small faith sharing groups at Queen of All Saints will launch with a series called “Circles of Faith.” Groups will meet from March 3rd - April 13th in homes, coffee shops, and the Legacy Center to form friendships and grow in faith as a community. Small groups gather weekly to share their stories, discuss faith topics, laugh together, and often share a snack or meal!

As Christians, we should always remember the importance of community and fellowship. There are many saints who were actually friends and grew in faith together. St. Francis of Assisi St. Clair, St. Perpetua, St. Felicity, St. Ignatius and St. Francis Xavier, are great examples of friendships that were centered around faith. These saints shared in the joys and sufferings of life together, and kept their eyes on Jesus through everything. Small groups give us the opportunity to discuss the faith, and have fun with new friends! As we strive for sainthood, we can grow in holiness through community and friendship. In small groups, we can laugh together, pray together, and share our stories.

Please keep all of the small groups in your prayers throughout this season. We pray that through sharing their faith with others, investing in friendships, and discussing the life of Jesus, they may grow closer to Him and to each other.

 

Weekly scripture passage: “For where there are two or three gathered in my name, there am I among them” - Matthew 18:20

 

Interested in joining a small group? Visit our online sign up under the "Belong" tab on the QAS website, or contact...

Maureen Jordan

Missionary Disciple & Membership Formation Coordinator

Phone: 219-872-9196 Ext. 152

[email protected]

Strengths: Intellection, Input, Connectedness, Responsibility, Arranger

 

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