Small groups at Grove City College offer students the opportunity to support one another as they grow in their faith in Jesus Christ. Listed below are opportunities for students to get involved.
Small groups led by upperclassmen involved in the ministry group, Men of God, meet regularly for spiritual growth and accountability and to study Scripture. Contact a member of the Men of God leadership team to participate.
The Mentor Project provides one-on-one discipleship for freshmen by matching them with an upperclassman for mentorship. These discipleship pairs decide set their own schedule for when they meet. Contact Campus Ministries for details about this program.
These discipleship groups are led by mentors (faculty, staff, local church member, local alumnae) and meet weekly or biweekly. Groups consist of four to seven female college students, and each group decides how they will spend their time together (Bible study, book study, prayer group, accountability group, etc.).
Woven pairs underclass women with an upperclass mentor for one-on-one discipleship. This program is part of Women of Faith’s campus ministry. Women interested in serving as a mentor or in being mentored should contact a member of the Women of Faith leadership team to learn more about getting involved.
These co-ed groups are led by upperclassmen and engage in Bible study, accountability, prayer, and missions opportunities.
InterVarsity Cell Groups provide fellowship, Bible study, and opportunities for accountability, prayer, and missions. Contact a member of the InterVarsity leadership team to get involved or for more information.
Campus Crusade hosts small groups for Bible study and fellowship. Contact a member of the Campus Crusade leadership team to get involved or come to one of the weekly Wednesday night meetings to learn more.
If you are interested in starting a group for others to join, send the name of your group, a short description of your group's focus, meeting times, and contact information to CampusMinistries@gcc.edu.