One of our goals at Gateway is to move people from rows to circles. It can be impossible to truly connect on a Sunday morning in a room full of people. However, we desire all of our people to be connected to a group that meets on a regular basis and provides a space for each person to experience community. Each group is committed to encountering Jesus in the truth of Scripture, engaging in prayer together, and helping each other to embrace the mission that each of us has been called to pursue.
Both Life Groups & Discovery Groups share the same purpose and goals. Groups may study a book of the Bible, a Biblical theme, utilize a teaching video series, or follow a study guide that reviews a weekend conversation from one of Gateway’s pastors. Groups include time for social and service opportunities each semester. We have hundreds of people that connect in groups each week and we would love for you to be one of them!
Gateway Men is the active pursuit of men in order to connect them to God, His Word, and other men for the purpose of winning, growing, and training God’s men in Christ.
We know one thing for sure — God will use the heart and life of anyone who chooses to make himself available to Him. The Bible says, “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.” This is the great commission spoken by Jesus Himself. In other words, Jesus Christ is commissioning His followers to go into the entire world and reproduce believers. This is a big calling.
The goal of Gateway Women is to help women encounter Jesus through Bible studies, prayer, and mentoring. We experience community and fellowship through support groups and special events throughout the year. We embrace mission by finding opportunities to serve both those within our church family and those in our local communities.
“Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Honor her for all that her hands have done, and let her works bring her praise at the city gate.” Proverbs 31:30-31