A Place to Belong and Believe

Being in community plays a large role in spiritual growth. Sandhills offers a variety of groups to help you #GetConnected. Our groups operate on a 2-semester (Fall and Spring) format with each semester lasting about 12 weeks. The groups study a variety of topics--from books of the Bible to subjects dealing with Christian living.

Lead or Host a Group

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  • We offer video curriculum, discussion guides, and a workshop to show you how to do it all without having to be an expert.  
     

  • Group sign-ups last for 4 weeks beginning January 30th.  Groups typically meet for about 12 weeks; beginning February 27th and ending May 22nd.

 

We have 3 types of groups that you can lead.  Note: To lead an activity group or community group at Sandhills, we require that you be a member or are in the process of becoming a member.  Membership is not required to lead a connect group.

1. Activity Groups - These are organized around common interests like working on cars or doing crafts but with a spiritual component.  The expectation is that leaders will at least provide a devotional and have a time of prayer in addition to their activity.

2. Community Groups - These are traditional Bible studies that meet regularly and focus on the study of the Bible, prayer, fellowship, caring for one another and outreach.

3. Connect Groups - These are groups of about 2 to 4 people that meet for mentoring or discipleship.  These groups are closed to new members and don't take attendance.  Some examples of these groups are a family that wants to commit to doing a Bible study together for a semester, a couple who wants to process a book on marriage together, or 2 people that meet for accountability.  Pastor Tom can suggest materials to use for a Bible study and will check in with the group a few times during the semester to see how things are going.  

 

Spring 2022 Group sign-ups will start January 30, 2022.

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Personal Spiritual Growth

We want to help you grow in your faith regardless of where you are in your relationship with Christ. 

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Community Groups

Community groups are a key aspect of our church community; they help a large church to feel smaller. These are traditional Bible studies that meet regularly and focus on the study of the Bible, prayer, fellowship, caring for one another and outreach.

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Questions?

We can help! Feel free to contact the Discipleship Team, if you have any questions.

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Connect Groups

These are groups of about 2 to 4 people that meet for mentoring or discipleship.  Some examples of these groups are a family that wants to commit to doing a Bible study together for a semester, a couple who wants to process a book on marriage together, or 2 people that meet for accountability. Pastor Tom can suggest material.

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Sandhills University

Sandhills University is the place to go deep in your relationship with the Lord and with your understanding of the Bible. Our classes are often taught by some of the most prominent Bible teachers and professors in Columbia. Tuition is $50.00 per person or $85.00 per couple, and includes all class materials, books, lunch, and childcare.

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Activity Groups

Activity Groups are organized around common interests (ie, crafts, fishing, fitness, etc...) but also have a spiritual component. In addition to the activity, there is devotional time & prayer. 

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RightNow Media

RightNow Media is a paid Christian Streaming Service that offers over 20,000 video Bible studies.  Sandhills offers this resource to you, free! Click below to request your free subscription.