small groups

Life is not meant to be lived alone. In fact, God hates loneliness. You were created to experience life with other people, and that’s why at Sharon, we encourage you to join a small group.


A small group is a group of three or more people who gather each week to hang out, study the Word, and pray together. Most meet somewhere on campus on Sunday mornings.


Groups come in all shapes and sizes — married couples, singles, men, women, kids, no kids, workplace, under 20, over 40 — the list goes on. No matter where you are in life, there’s a group for you.


Ready to dive in? Find a group that fits you by contacting Doug Barrow at doug@sharonbaptist.org


Click HERE for a list of small groups and room numbers.

 

Click HERE for a map of small group locations.

Discipleship groups

Ready to take things a step further in your spiritual journey? A Discipleship Group is a great next step in pursuing a life that honors Christ. 


With Discipleship Groups, there tends to be more in-depth discussion, accountability, and closer interaction than with small groups. 

Updated information about meeting dates and times can be found at this page.


Men’s Fellowship Group | Sundays at 5 PMWednesdays at 6:30 pm (when school is in session) 

As a man, have you ever felt like you did not know how to be a good Christian, a good husband or a good father? Well join the club! The most important roles in life come with absolutely NO instructions! However, it is possible to learn from each other! This fellowship group gives men the opportunity to share their own shortcomings and learn from the failures and successes of other men. Dr. Rohm says, “Out of all the important Christian experiences I have had in my life, nothing compares to the men’s fellowship group!”


Women’s Fellowship Group | Wednesdays at 6:30 pm (this groups meets only when school is in session) in Room A-201 (next to the Warehouse)

Nothing compares to the wisdom God places inside the heart of a woman. When you read Proverbs 31 you have to ask yourself if all of this is really possible! Well the answer is “yes”, but it does not come easy. The Bible teaches in Titus 2:4 that the older women should teach younger women how to love their husbands and children. This is because older women have had more experience and have learned from mistakes that have been made. This is a time of learning and growing together in order to become a Godly woman.


If you're interested in connecting with a Discipleship Group, contact Doug Barrow for assistance at doug@sharonbaptist.org