These are how we connect with one another here at Pathways Church. We believe that our journey of faith works best when we do life together in community! Groups meet together weekly to hang out, study the Bible, pray for and encourage one another and to serve those around us together. Inside you will find descriptions of our Community Groups, with the day, time and general meeting location. You can contact the group leader listed below or sign up online at www.pathwayschurch.org/communitygroups
Sunday Bible Study
Adults of all ages meeting Sunday morning at 9:30 AM to learn more about Christian living by following along with video-study series by famous Christian teachers and then enjoying the ensuing discussion. For example, the first study series is “Lord, Change My Attitude” by James MacDonald.
When & Where: Sundays 9:30-11am, Pathways Downstairs
Contact: Julie Bowline firstname.lastname@example.org
North of 40
This group is for those in the youthful “Over Forty” age group. If you have a little more life experience, join our group on Sundays, for worship, prayer and fellowship and also to do a service project or social activity once a month.
When & Where: 1st and 3rd Sundays 11am, Pathways Library
Contact: Peg Reeves email@example.com
On fire for God, or want to be, but feel stagnant at times? Ah, the enemy!! He is always working to get you off track. Sometimes it is obvious: temptation and the seeming rewards of sin, but, did you know that the enemy’s best work is done subtly? You may be gently ushered away from God’s plan for you daily and you may not even realize it. We are going to dive in to some C.S. Lewis and explore how we are distracted from what God is calling us to and, I promise, not only will we have fun doing it, but you may find yourself both newly on fire for God and inspired to help light a fire for God in others.
When & Where: Mondays 7-9pm, location TBD (Denver)
Contact: Stephanie Engels firstname.lastname@example.org
Captivating Book/Video Series
As one of God’s captivating women, we are called to be a part of a great adventure. Too many times women are rather swept into a life filled with duty and demands. Our “great adventure,” where we are the beautiful heroine, is replaced with the chaos and pressure of struggling to be a “good servant.” Join with us this summer as we read Captivating, by John and Stasi Eldredge, and discuss what it means to achieve our heart’s truest desires; the ones that God has placed in us; to be a captivating woman.
When & Where: Mondays, 6:30pm, Uptown
Contact: Cathy Burke email@example.com
A group of creative people from various walks of life. We meet together weekly for food, music and chats about Jesus.
When & Where: Tuesdays, 6:30pm, Josephine house (773 Josephine St.)
Contact: Zak Ferry firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of creatives (musicians, writers, audio/video editors and engineers, performing and creative artists) seeking to be in tune with Holy Spirit and create music, video, writings, artwork and live performances inspired by the Holy Spirit to spread the Good News of the Gospel of Christ!
When & Where: Tuesdays, 7pm, 773 Josephine St. (will meet Sundays at 2pm at Pathways in the Spring)
Contact: Andrew Hicks email@example.com
Women’s Beyond the Book Club
If you love to read and talk about all topics under the sun with fun women, this group is for you! We select a book with a Christian theme (we’ve read Tender Warrior, 1000 Gifts, Meaning of Marriage) and meet up to discuss the book together and catch up on life. New book selection pending. We’d love to have you!
When & Where: every other Wednesday, 7-9pm, various patios and coffee shops around Denver
Contact: Ashlee Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you enjoy going a little “deeper” in the Bible? Have you enjoyed going to The Well? Have you occasionally been accused of being nerdy? The Hilltop Campfire might be for you. We’re a group of men and women of all ages, single, married, divorced, or whatever, meeting weekly, currently working our way through the book of Matthew. We also get together once a month to do fun activities (camping, football parties, movie nights, etc.), occasionally do a service project together, and are a pretty cool group of people.
The Men’s Bonfire is a place for guys who are unashamed of the gospel. We meet weekly to serve, worship, and learn about God with other men.
We are about building community with those that find themselves marginalized by society’s standards through meals (inCOMMON). We also spend time exploring social justice issues through the lens of the Bible. The objective is to become a supportive and challenging community that will encourage members toward greater faithfulness around issues of poverty and justice.
When & Where: Thursdays 7pm, Capitol Hill area
Contact: JoAnne Krisko email@example.com
Ruby Slippers Book Study
Join us as we ponder and discuss our unique callings as women as we study “Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home,” by Jonalyn Fincher, Traditionally, femininity can feel like a painful pair of high heels we try to squeeze into, but Jesus wants to gently remove our painful shoes, wash our hurting feet, and slip each of us into the just-right shoes of our individual expressions of what it means to be a feminine soul and fellow image bearer of God.
When & Where: Fridays 7pm, Wash Perk Coffee Shop
Contact: Kate Barnard & Jasmyn Hendricks firstname.lastname@example.org
New Parent Group
We are a group of new parents meeting together once a month for a social potluck and to allow the kiddos to play and rotate homes. Next Potluck will be coming up on Saturday, June 22nd 4:30-7:30pm. Contact Mary to sign up and get more details!
When & Where: various times/locations
Contact: Mary Thomas Mary.B.Thomas@gmail.com
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