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PWPC Small Groups


Kick-off event: Sunday, September 12 during Sunday morning worship.

September 12th marks the launch of an 8-week Bible Study and small group emphasis based on the life of Christ. We will use episodes from the television series The Chosen, to focus our attention and stimulate our discussion. We’ve designed this study to be as flexible as possible during these days of pandemic craziness, and every member and friend of PWPC is welcome to be a part.

The Chosen is a FREE smart phone app for your phone or tablet so you can watch whenever you’d like. You can even cast it to your smart TV(YouTube) if you can figure that out. We’ll also explain how during our Kick-off on Sunday, September 12th. That day we will introduce the series, explain all the particulars, sell DVDs of the entire series, and distribute study guides for individual or small group use. We will also make available a limited supply of a 40-day devotional book ($15).

Then each Tuesday at 10:00am and 7pm we will show episodes of The Chosen in the worship center followed by a brief time of discussion.

Anyone willing to host a discussion in their home for a group from two to ten people should email the church office at or text Pastor Ruf at 561-601-7122. It’s simply a matter of showing the video, then walking through the discussion questions provided. No other orientation or commitment necessary.

What people are saying about small groups:

"What a great way to build new relationship beyond 
Sunday worship." -Brad

"Small groups are a great way to grow deeper in your faith with those you enjoy being around. I was able to get to know new and old friends better." -Melanie

"It was a great way to get to know people  we see on Sunday's on a more personal level.  Through small group we were able to support each other and built a lasting bonds." -Greg

Small Groups, Why Join?

You know that I have not hesitated to preach anything that would be helpful to you but have taught you publicly and from house to house. Acts 20:20

 In Acts the Bible tells us we need to be in relationships for our personal and spiritual growth. As Paul and the early Christians taught and received teaching "from house to house," we too must respond in our walk with Christ in each others homes (Acts 5:4220:20)! Why did they do this? Because they needed to be connected to one another in their fragmented and persecuted world, we desperately need to be connected too! They needed a way and place to do as Christ modeled and taught them, the multiplication of disciples, leaders, and churches so that God's Kingdom will be built and glorified.

Are you thinking this is great but not for me? Perhaps you are struggling a very busy full plate in life. A plate that is overfilled with mounds of things that you need to do and are responsible for in your life. We all struggle with the demands of our career and all of the frustrations and stress placed on us, such as goals and deadlines. Then there are our family obligations, taking the kids here and there, dealing with all of their demands and obligations too. Then maybe you are already volunteering for church or community. Maybe you are juggling work and school and family, to the point there is not a free minute in our week. Then you are asked, "hey, why don't you join our small group?" What? I do not have the time! I can not possibly commit to anything else. I am overloaded and overwhelmed! Well, to be honest, then you are the person who needs to be in a small group the most!  

Why? Because, it is God's plan for you to be in quality relationships to Him and then to others within the confines of a loving community, which is also the definition of "Church." Because, we all need a place to belong and work through the issues of life. Because, we need to be loved and give our love. As a Christian our primary thrust is to know and grow in Christ. Where our goal is to be a surrendered and poured out offering to Christ's glory (John 14-15; Gal. 2:20-21; Phil. 3:10). We need a place to grow and we as humans in relationship to Christ grow best in community with people who love and care for you!  

What we do?
Each small group have to opportunity to choose what curriculum or bible study they will follow. Many group choose to use our on-line library of bible studies through No matter what the group is studies, small groups are a great way to get to know people, get to know the bible and spend time praying for one another.