Sharing life and faith
We believe that faith is best lived out with others and so encourage individuals to join a small group. Methodism has repeatedly affirmed the way in which small groups can enrich an individual’s faith.
We call our groups, “Connect groups”. They vary in style and approach, but all aim to build each other up.
We hope that reading through the descriptions below will help you choose a group to try out. Someone on the leadership team would also be happy to help you choose one to try.
Once you’ve chosen a group you'd like to try out, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll link you up with the group leader. You are welcome to try multiple groups out before choosing the group for you.
Worship On Wednesday
Leader: Peter Manning
Where: Romsey Methodist Church hall
When: Wednesday 10:30am, for about an hour
What: Primarily Bible study and discussion, enjoying digging into scripture. We use various leaders from within the group, following a theme or book of the Bible for a few weeks. Prayer, singing, worship, and fellowship are an integral part of WOW.
Leader: Meghan Elkin
Where: The Exchange, Romsey
When: Thursday every few weeks from 8-9pm
What: This is a women’s small group. At each session we have a couple of discussion starter questions related to faith to exchange ideas about. We also have time to chat and get to know each other better. While some of the discussion prompts are ideas about the Bible, this is not a Bible study group and you don’t need a Bible to join in.
We need to talk about Sunday
Leader: Jason and Joe
Where: On YouTube
When: Usually Wednesday or Thursday at 7pm
What: A chat between Jason and Joe and often the preacher from the previous Sunday. You can watch live or catch-up later. If you’re watching live, they love to receive questions and comments in the chat so join in!
Breakfast with God
Leader: Gareth Hill
Where: the restaurant at Bradbeers
When: one Saturday morning a month (9am)
What: a chance to eat together and reflect on faith. We’ll explore current topics or use kick-starter questions to spark our conversation.