Find your tribe

Small Groups at Believers Church

Go through life and grow in faith together.

Powerful things happen when we get together. Make your next connection in a small group.  We’ll guide you through each step. We are dedicated to helping you connect with people in person or online.  Expand your friendship circle, pursue an interest with like-minded people, and grow in your relationship with God.  Through participation, we not only meet the needs of others but also grow in our own spiritual gifts.

Small groups are all about doing life together on a smaller scale.  Typically, a group will meet 1-2 hours, once a week for 6-12 weeks.  Groups go from September to November, March to May, and May to June for Summer interest groups. 

Lead a BC Group

Leading a BC Group isn’t about being perfect; it’s about serving others by giving them a place to connect. Hosting a group is simple—choose a topic that interests you and select a time and location to meet with others. We give you essential tools to make your BC Group successful through Leadership Training and a directory where you can register your group so others can find it easily. We believe people’s lives are changed one semester at a time by moving one step toward Christ, and as a BC group leader you get to play an important role in that process.

Register a BC Group

BC Group Leader Training

BC Groups FAQs

You can also e-mail us with any BC Group related questions at office@believerschurchidaho.com

How long do groups last?

Most groups last 8 – 12 weeks during spring and fall semesters. The summer semester is 6 weeks. There is a short break after the group ends. New groups launch every time we start a group semester (Fall, Spring & Summer). At that time you can join the same group, find a new one, or lead one yourself.

I'm nervous to lead a group, but want to... what do I do?

Here are some simple steps you can take to grow into the leader God made you to be. 

  • Attend a group. All leaders must attend at least one group before they can lead. Learn by example.
  • Attend the Leader Training class. All leaders must also go through this class. Here you will get all the tools and training to be a successful leader.
  • Still not sure… Become a Co-Leader. Partner with a strong leader to help them lead a group and gain the experience to lead on your own.
I'm new to this whole group thing, how do I know which one to join?

There are so many types of groups, it can be overwhelming. There are hobby groups, prayer groups, book groups and so many more. We recommend choosing a group that interests you. However, one group that we believe everyone should go through is Freedom.