How We Grow

Galilee Church believes that Christians are responsible for more than simply going through the motions – we are designed to be fully surrendered to Christ.  We have therefore created a pathway to spiritual development which encourages beginners while nourishing the minds of mature believers who desire serious faith and a meaningful walk with Christ.

Worship is the cornerstone of spiritual development, and after that comes a deepening involvement in small groups.

The graphic below shows the spiritual growth framework we desire people to follow at Galilee – whether you are brand new or have been attending Galilee for some time.

Today’s Groups

These groups are created to provide easy–to-connect opportunities to meet other people and discuss immediately how Sunday’s sermon can be applied in our daily life. Today’s Groups meet during the Grow Hour at 10:15am on Sunday. They assemble around chosen leaders to talk through 2-3 main points about the sermon found in Today’s Focus portion of the Sunday bulletin.

Growth Track

Growth Track is where you will learn more about who God is,  your relationship to Him, the mission and vision of Galilee, and your spiritual gifts. You will get an opportunity to meet other people who share those gifts and begin your next step in your spiritual journey by joining an Impact Team. Growth Track is held during the Grow Hour on the first four Sundays of every month.

Click here to learn more and to sign up for Growth Track.

Small Groups

Small Groups are classes of 10-15 people who come together for companion studies related to the current sermon series, topical studies and traditional Sunday school. Small Groups are a great way to get to understand God’s word better and to know other people in the church in a deeper way. These groups generally last 4-6 weeks and meet at a variety of times during the week and during the Growth Hour.

Click here for a list of current small groups.

Long Term Studies

Long-term studies are an in-depth group Bible studies in which participants read and discuss the Bible together. Examples are Covenant and Disciple. These groups generally last 8+ weeks and meet at a variety of times during the week.

Click here for a list of weekday Bible studies.