A workplace small group can be a wonderful opportunity to develop deeper and more meaningful relationships with your co-workers and to see God work in your life and the lives of those in your group.
Did you know that 80% of those participating in a workplace small group reported an increase of peace, joy and patience at work?
One out of every two people said that by participating in a small group with co-workers or others in the working community, they better understood their purpose at work.
Hosting a small group can be as simple as connecting with two of your co-workers for 30 minutes to an hour in your workplace or somewhere offsite. Or you might bring together a larger group depending on your interests and circumstances. Or you may want to start a group with others in the community from your industry or vocation.
It’s just a time to encourage and support one another as you set your week’s direction on God’s Word. As you consider meeting with others from your workplace in a small group, the information and resources contained here will help you get started.
We have also prepared online workplace specific training that will make starting and leading a small group in the workplace much easier.
We are here to help you get organized and offer practical help as you step out in faith. We have already answered many of your questions such as,
- I have questions about starting a Workplace Small Group. Is it legal? What if I only have 30 minutes? How do I approach my boss?
- What is a Workplace Small Group and how is it different from other small group types?
- How do I Start a Workplace Small Group? What are the steps to take and areas of caution?
- What are the Requirements to Lead a Workplace Small Group?