Fairfax Circle isn’t about buildings or sermons or songs. It’s about people.
Our small groups are where people become each other’s community and family. They're there to help pick you up when you’re down and inspire you to grow as a person and grow closer to God. A small group is a weekly gathering of people who meet in a home to study the Bible, pray and share one another’s experiences.
Online, Sundays at 5:00pm
Facilitator: Mike Byman
The book of James challenges us to put our faith into action and to be “… doers of the word and not hearers only.” Join us for this small group to share, pray, and then read and discuss passages from James. We’ll send out discussion questions for those who want to read and think about the passage in advance, but there is no required homework!
In-person and online, Fridays at 7:00pm
Facilitator: Elise Bell
*This group will meet in-person on campus as well as online.*
Loss is inevitable. Bad things happen. When the unexpected comes your way, your world is instantly turned upside down. You long to understand why. Why did my husband walk out on me? Why did my family member die of cancer? Why did I lose my job? Why am I struggling with mental health issues?
This study will help you understand the journey of grief and what to expect along the way. From the initial shock, to the unbearable sorrow, you struggle with reality and ultimately surrender on a pathway to peace and service. It's not a linear experience but with God's Word and his ways, he will carry you through it.
Grief is God's tool for you getting through the transitions of life. You can have hope knowing God is in control, he will bring good out of bad, and he has a plan to use your pain for a purpose.
In-Person, Fridays at 7:00pm
Facilitator: Brian Mark and Karen Sauer
The book of Galatians teaches that we are saved by the grace and love of God through faith in Christ. We will study Galatians and discuss how its timeless truths can be applied in our everyday lives. Join us for fellowship, sharing, and prayer.
This group will be meeting in-person, outdoors at the home of Paul and Althea Bryson. The Bryson’s live in the same neighborhood as the church campus.