Small groups are vital to who we are becoming and where we are going as a church.  They are our primary venue for making friends, inviting God's transformation through Scripture and prayer, and living on mission together to make a difference in the world. 
Our adult small groups are semester based, and meet regularly.  Three times a year we share a small group menu with all the options for the coming semester.  We will help you find a group that is the best match for where you are on your spiritual journey, as well as for your schedule.  Some of our groups also have a childcare available.

2018 Winter/Spring Small Groups

Grp #1  Co-ed Group Led by David Rockabrand, Sunday Mornings, 10:30-11:30am, DAC Café
  • Everyday Questions, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries
  • Learn to faithfully love your neighbors and share the gospel in today’s complex and ever-changing world.
Grp #2  Closed for Registration

Grp #3  Co-Ed Group Led by Clint and Melissa Musser, Monday Evenings, 7-8:30pm, DAC Café
  • The Daniel Plan, Rick Warren, Daniel Amen, Mark Hyman
  • Start your journey toward better health in every area of your life: faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends.
  • You can request onsite childcare.
  • The group will meet for six sessions of content; the calendar will be outlined at the first gathering

Grp #4  Co-Ed Group Led by Corey and Bethany Clemmons, Tuesday Evenings, 7-8:30pm, at the home of Jeff and Wendy Geraci in Olney
  • Dream Releasers, Wayne Cordeiro
  • Inside everyone lies a dream – a hope of what we can be for God. Take the time to discover your own dreams, and learn to be a “dream releaser” to another.
Grp #5  Men’s Group Led by Pastor Mark Trinkl, Wednesday Mornings, 6-7am, at Panera in Gaithersburg Square
  • 1 Timothy
  • Paul and Timothy had a great mentoring relationship.Come and learn to be men who invest in others.
Grp #6  Co-Ed Group Led by Eric and Dana Zetterberg, Wednesday Evenings, 7-9pm, DAC Café
  • Financial Peace University, Dave Ramsey
  • Walk through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more.
  • Upon registering for this group, you will receive instructions about ordering your materials.If your household is new to FPU, the cost for materials is $109 per household if you register through DAC.If your household already has the 13 week FPU package, you can upgrade to the 9 week program for $49.FPU claims that the average family applying the principles of FPU pays off $5300 in debt and saves $2700 within the first 90 days, so think of the materials cost as an investment.

Jen Ashby