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FaithWalking is creating a community of disciples of Jesus who are being personally transformed and who are catalysts, mobilizing Christians to become the functioning body of Christ in their neighborhoods, workplaces and 3rd places – to serve the poor, the marginalized, and those in need; to work for the common good, to restore individuals, social systems, communities and nations to God’s design.

Triads provide a long-term setting for spiritual growth. Our Triads consist of one facilitator and two members. Each same-gender group meets every week for about 2 hours in order to discuss the material they have studied that week.

Study includes scripture memorization, inductive bible study, and supplementary readings. Following your time as a member of a group you will be asked to consider facilitating a group for 2 others. If you are interested in joining or facilitating a Triad, please contact the church office for more information. More information about the Triad materials is below.

FaithWalking 101

Faithwalking 101 is the beginning of your spiritual formation process. During the 101 retreat weekend participants will; hear presentations about being fully human and fully alive, spend time in solitude, and share experiences in a small group.

FaithWalking 201

Faithwalking 201 provides you with practical and conceptual tools for partnering with God in doing the work of spiritual formation in your life. Weekly 201 meetings are designed to help you begin a lifelong journey of personal transformation that leads to missional living.

FaithWalking 301

Being on mission with God and others is the will of God and brings meaning to people’s lives. We believe that all of our work in personal transformation clears the space for us to effectively get on mission with God. The ten-week 301 course is the next step for individuals in their journey of transformation.

 


 

Triads provide a long-term setting for spiritual growth. Our Triads consist of one facilitator and two members. Each same-gender group meets every week for about 2 hours in order to discuss the material they have studied that week.

Study includes scripture memorization, inductive bible study, and supplementary readings. Following your time as a member of a group you will be asked to consider facilitating a group for 2 others. If you are interested in joining or facilitating a Triad, please contact the church office for more information. More information about the Triad materials is below.

Be sure to visit our Triad Groups Page to learn more about the materials used in the study.