Tuesdays General Cell Group Meeting at Lazimpat 5:30 pm (in person).
Wednesdays Worship & Intercessory prayers @ Thamel from 6 pm -8 pm (online).
Thursdays General Cell Group Meeting at Ekantakuna at 6 pm – 8 pm (online).
Fridays “Hearing God” at Bhaisepati, Lalitpur at 5 pm onwards. Contact us for more details.
We want to be a place where we never stop learning and where we can help each other grow in our relationship with Christ and with each other. It’s a place to GROW. If you are interested to join please contact us… We also meet on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Intercessory prayers from 1pm-3pm @ Lalitpur, Thamel & Lazimpat respectively.
Five Reasons to Join…
1. You will understand the Bible better in a small group.
If you´ve ever listened to a Bible teacher or preacher and wanted to stop that person and say, “But what about…?” or “I don´t understand,” then a small group is for you! Preaching and teaching is one way communication. You listen while the speaker speaks. It´s fine for imparting knowledge but not as effective for personal application as a small group. In a small group setting, you can ask questions, participate in a discussion of the text, and hear others share insights and illustrations of the truth you are trying to grasp. The Bible must be applied to your own personal situations and that happens best in small groups.
2. You will begin to really feel like part of God´s family (Community).
Most people who have been a part of a group say the greatest benefit is the close relationships and friendships that develop. They will frequently telephone each other during the week to share an urgent prayer request or an exciting answer. You´ll discover that your needs and problems are not unique ~ we´re all in the same boat. It helps to know that others are facing the same difficulties, or have lived through them and learned spiritual principles in the process.
Over fifty times in the New Testament the phrase “one another” is used to describe our relationship to other believers. We are instructed to love one another, encourage one another, pray for one another, accept one another, bear one another´s burdens, and build up one another. The only way you can obey these commands is in a small group! We really do need each other. God never meant for you to go it alone in the Christian life. If you´re lonely, the answer to your problem is to join a group.
3. Prayer will become more meaningful to you.
Many people are hesitant to pray in front of others, especially in a large church. In a small group of 5 to 10, you will learn to participate in prayer by having a conversation together with God. No one is pressured to pray, but as you become comfortable, you´ll be able to pray sentence prayers and join in. There are many promises in the Bible related to group prayer. In praying together with a few others, we are drawn together and we find answers to the needs in our lives.
4. You will be able to handle stress and pressure better.
Small groups provide excellent support in times of crisis, change, and stress. You´ll have a sense of stability and security knowing there are people who really care for you and are committed to standing with you.
5. You will develop leadership skills you never knew you had!
The Bible teaches that every believer is given certain talents or “gifts” to benefit others in the family of God. Unfortunately most Christians remain as Sunday morning spectators all their lives because large group meetings are primarily “sit and listen” situations. As you share and participate in a relaxed small group setting, you´ll discover your confidence and self-esteem rising. This will help you at work, at church, and in every other relationship.