“Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.” – Acts 2:46-47
What are small groups? Why do we have them?
Small groups are the heart of Acts Fellowship Church. They are where we meet in “smaller” groups on a weekly basis in a cozier, more intimate environment. It is here that we are able to build a greater sense of community, study the Bible in greater detail, and seek greater ways to be witnesses to those around us. It is in small groups that all aspects of our vision — command, community, commission — are realized.
We have a variety of groups that serve college students, single adults (post-college, graduate students, or working professionals), and married couples (post-undergrads). No matter which age group you are in, small groups are where you can find fellowship, family, and fun. Come join a small group and let’s grow together!
Getting plugged into a small group
If you’re interested in joining a group, please contact one of the appropriate group leaders listed below. Different groups meet at different times throughout the week, and the groups leaders should be able to address those concerns, as well as any other questions that you may have.
College Small Groups
Contact: Pastor Charles Lee
The college group also meets together once a week on campus (The University of Texas at Austin) for a time of worship and fellowship. Check out our facebook page or contact Pastor Charles for more info on Acts College Fellowship (ACF).