More than a church, we’re a community. Whether you’re a student, a young family or a mature adult, you’ll find fellowship programs and service opportunities that are tailored to you and your lifestyle.
Everything we do is geared toward developing fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. We believe the best way to do that… is to do it together.
We call it “doing life together.”
Small Groups are groups of 10-15 individuals (singles and couples) who meet together in a home or at the church to help each other grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. Groups build relationships through fellowship, discussions about the Bible, and prayer for one another. They’re a place where “everyone knows your name” and where you can do life together with other followers of Jesus Christ.
Everyone who attends Marlton Assembly of God is encouraged to experience the full benefit of Christ-centered relationships by being part of a Small Group.
Our Small Groups year runs from late September through early May. It’s divided into a fall semester and a winter/spring semester. For more information click here to contact Jennifer Flaherty.
What happens in a Small Group?
The three main things that happen in a Small Group are fellowship, a Bible-based discussion and prayer. Participants spend time getting to know each other and building friendships. They discuss how Bible principles can be lived in day-to-day life and they share prayer needs.
How frequently does a Small Group meet?
When there is a church-wide campaign, all groups meet weekly. Otherwise, some groups will meet weekly while others will meet twice a month.
How long does a meeting last?
Meetings last from 90 minutes to 2 hours, depending on what each group decides for itself.
How long do I have to commit to be in a group?
A group commitment lasts for just one semester.
How do I sign-up for a Small Group?
The sign-up period for each semester begins 2-3 weeks before the start of a new semester. Brochures with a tear-off registration form are provided in the church lobby and a sign-up page is posted on the church website. Interested participants can use either method to sign up for the group they want to join.
Find A Group
We would love to connect you to a group that fits you!