North Broadway Baptist Church
North Broadway Church © | 6 NORTH STREET EAST, TILLSONBURG ON 519.688.5959
Finding a Life Group
Enabling you to find a Life Group that fits you is very important to us. Our vision is that everyone be connected in community by being in the right Life Group. There is no pressure to join a certain group. Students can also participate in life groups at NBBC through our youth ministries.
All of our groups have wrapped up
and are taking a break over the summer.
Please be sure to check back in September
to find out start up dates for each group.
Our Life Groups meet as follows:
Mark Barrett & Doug Cupples - Host home: Dorothy James; meets every other Monday @ 7 pm
Brett Mason - Host home: David & Ivy Cook; meets every other Monday
@ 7 pm
Kay McCall - Host home: Bill & Eileen Spitzke; meets the 2nd & 4th Monday of the month @ 7 pm
Matt Davis - Host home: Matt & Miranda Davis; meets at 6 pm for dinner, meeting begins at 7 pm; childcare is provided.
Doug Pettman - Host home: RuthAnne & Art Lonsbary; meets every other Monday @ 7 pm
Ladies Bible Studies:
Barb Barrett - Group meets at 6:30 pm Wednesdays @ NBBC
Karen Hodges - Group meets Fridays at 10:30 am at Karen’s home
Barb Barrett & Erika Marcoux - "Mom's Time Out" Moms of pre-school and school age kids meet at the church Wednesdays from 9:30-11:00 am (Group does not meet the last Wednesday of the month. Childcare is provided.)
Ivy Cook - Group meets Thursdays at 2 pm at Ivy's home.
If you are interested in joining a small group, fill out the form on this page
or contact the pastor through the church office and watch our calendar for exact dates the various groups are meeting.
As we grow in intimacy with God, we also grow in relationships with one another. Our small group ministry is designed to care for each group member, helping you grow in your relationship with God, and allowing opportunities to practice the "one another" commands of the Word of God.
Personal growth does not happen in isolation. That's why we encourage everyone to be involved in one of our "Life Groups" - a group of people (usually 6 to 10) that meet together on a regular basis in a home, or small classroom, to study God's Word together, and well, to just have fun! In life groups, people can experience what it means to be part of God's family. People can get close enough to care and share, challenge and support, confide and confess, forgive and be forgiven. Every group's goal is to help its members to love God completely and others sacrificially. We make a big deal about small groups because we've learned how crucial they are to a healthy Christian community.