What are City Groups?
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Without leaders, there can be no CITY GROUPS. Leaders are responsible for initiating, gathering, and communicating. Next steps include:
- Complete City Group application
- Attend a City Group Leader Orientation
- Meet with City Group participants to discuss your plan for serving
- Gather City Group participants for 2-4 week “Primer” Study
- Gather City Group participants 1x per month to pray, reflect and learn
- Check-in weekly with City Group participants
- Encourage faithful service and honoring commitments
- Encourage and model the sharing of learning resources between City Group participants
- Act as a liaison with the organization you are serving
Get Yourself Out
Get Yourself Out (GYO) is a group dedicated to bringing people together in casual social settings for fun and fellowship. We hold a monthly happy hour at Bar Louie in the CWE every second Friday of the month from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and host one additional event each month. Find us on Facebook for event details!
GriefShare is a weekly seminar and support group designed to help you rebuild your life after losing a loved one. This group is led by caring people who have experienced grief and want to help you through the difficult days ahead. Come to any or all of the 14 sessions, Mondays 6-8 p.m., August 20-November 19, held in the conference room at 4900 Reber Place, on the second floor.
The Tower Grove Moms Group exists to connect and encourage moms by creating opportunities to build relationships and grow in our understanding of who we are in Christ as we live out our role as mothers. This group meets regularly for play dates and special events. To learn more, join our Facebook group or email Melissa Kornfeind.
Come P.R.A.Y. with us.
Praise God for His marvelous work
Repent of anything keeping us from hearing Him
Ask God for whatever is needful
Yield to the Holy Spirit.
This group meets Thursdays in Reber Space from 7-8:30 p.m.
All are welcome; all prayer styles welcome; all prayer requests welcome.
The Second Halfers are a group of adults that identify themselves in the second half of life who want to connect relationally, grow spiritually, support one another, and serve within and outside The Journey. Currently, this group meets on the second Fridays of each month for food and fellowship.
If you want to learn more, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journey Kids at The Magic House
Join your Journey family for a fun night of exploration and adventure at The Magic House! We are coming together as one church at one of St. Louis' favorite places for an evening of fun and fellowship. All ages are welcome. Register here!
Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $3 each and children under the age of two are free. If you have questions or need a scholarship please contact Melissa Tenholder.
Please Note: Parents/guardians are responsible for their children. This is not a "drop-off" event.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Sunday 8:30 a.m. | Journey Kids available for ages 6 weeks - 5th Grade
Sunday 10:30 a.m. | Journey Kids available for ages 6 weeks - 5th Grade
Our youngest children learn simple truths from God's Word through songs, Bible stories and sensory activities while being cared for in a loving and safe environment. Nursery and Toddler rooms use Children Desiring God's, A Sure Foundation curriculum, with children 0-2 years old.
Our preschool and elementary kids follow a chronological curriculum (The Gospel Project) through the Bible as they learn how God's Word is one big story that points to Jesus and God's plan of redemption. Kids participate in large group teaching and worship as well as small group activities and discussions.
Welcome to Tower Grove Journey Students
Tower Grove students meet on Sunday nights from 6:30-8 p.m. Middle school students meet in Reber Space, and high school students meet in the Tower Grove sanctuary.
To stay up-to-date on upcoming events, curriculum and more, email Josh Ragland at email@example.com.
Journey Students is a place for your child to belong...
Our mission is to partner with your family to help your children love God more today than they did yesterday, be discipled in the love and truth of Jesus, and to trust Jesus with their today, tomorrow, and eternity.
At Journey Students, we are committed to this happening in a fun and safe environment that your child will want to return to every week.
Life can be busy and difficult, and we believe that no one should do life alone, including middle and high school students. We are passionate about walking alongside your family and believe that everyone needs a safe place to belong where they can discover more about the hope that Jesus offers.
Students are invited to join us at youth group on Sundays as soon as they have graduated 5th grade (the summer before their 6th grade year). Each week, we engage the word of God deeply and contextually to lead students to the Lord and to equip them to go into the world on mission. Middle school students and high school students are taught separately to allow for age and maturity level appropriate conversations that apply to the lives of the students. This also ensures the emotional and spiritual safety we aim to provide students. We hope you will consider joining us either as a student participating or an adult leading.
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