Small Groups are vital to the Christian life and an integral part of spiritual development.

In Small Groups people can connect in a small private setting, make friendships and support each other. By studying God’s Word together, the group will experience spiritual growth and share applications of their beliefs.

Group study, discussion, sharing, prayers and fellowship are the foundations of every Small Group.

 

MONDAY EVENING SMALL GROUP

6:30 pm in the Adult Classroom

This weekly Small Group led by Bob Pratt discusses the latest Sunday sermon at the Jamul Dr campus. No childcare is provided.

TUESDAY EVENING SMALL GROUP

7:30pm, off campus in La Mesa

This weekly Small Group led by John Conover is located in La Mesa. Their evening consists of a Hymnal sing, Bible study, prayer, and ending with refreshments and fellowship. No childcare provided.

TUESDAY EVENING SMALL GROUP

7-8pm in the office

This weekly Small Group led by Paul Smith studies the book of 1 Kings, verse by verse, in the office at our Lyons Valley campus.

THURSDAY EVENING SMALL GROUP

6:30pm, off campus in Spring Valley

This biweekly Small Group led by the Bradys studies the series “Gospel Clarity: Defining the Good News”. No childcare is provided.

FRIDAY EVENING SMALL GROUP

6:30pm, off campus im Jamul

The topic of this weekly Small Group is: “The Chronological Synoptic Gospel Story”. This group is led by Karl Bunch.

Please call the office at (619) 669-7203 if you would like to get more details. You can also email us at: info@jmaul.org.

IMPACT is our weekly young adult Small Group.

A small group organized and run by young adults, for young adults.

We unite young adults as we challenge and encourage each other to grow in our faith in God.

Thursday Nights, 6:30-8:30pm

The group meets at the Burmeister’s home.

If you have any questions or are joining us for the first time, you can contact Emma at emma@jamul.org.


Hebrews 10:24-25
And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.