How to make a big church seems not so big
There's no denying that Cornerstone Lutheran Church is a pretty big church. We have close to 3,000 disciples that call CLC their church home as well as many visitors--not to mention that we have three worship sites.
Larger churches certainly have their advantages, but they also have their challenges. And one of those challenges is how to feel connected with others when you can feel like the proverbial little fish in a big pond. Personal relationships are hard to build alone, and difficult in large crowds. That's where small groups come in. They offer the real possibility of building meaningful and lasting friendships, all while growing in faith and serving others!
Most small groups at CLC consist of 8 to 12 people who get together in their homes or at the church as frequently as once a week or as infrequently as once a month. Groups meet in a casual social setting to study Scripture, build Christian relationships, and have fun together. They also often meet outside of study time to work on a service project together, meet up at a restaurant, have a game night, or enjoy a play date with all the kids.
What better way to fulfill the mission of CLC as we reach out, care for, and build others toward maturity in Christ than to participate in a small group! Based on the information you provide, we'll be happy to help you look for a small group opportunity. We also encourage you to get to know others in worship, at work, in your neighborhoods, as you serve, etc. to help foster the development of a small group.
To express your interest in joining a small group,
For more information, contact Clarissa Hay (click here to email, or call 317.814.4252).