Groups are a place where we can strengthen our faith, help each other through life, and make a real impact on our communities. Groups create an environment for you to connect in a meaningful way with others while getting to know God better. We have a few ways for you to get connected:
Join a New Group
When you're ready to join a group it's nice to be with others who are new
Small Group Studies
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Small Group Leader Training
Join an Existing Group
We have a number of groups that are looking for more people to join. They meet at various times and locations. Here is a list. If you see something that works for you, send the leader an email for more details.
Time Out for Men is a Saturday morning men’s group who meets for fun, and friendship, and Christian growth. They get together every other Saturday morning. Time Out for Men is beginning a new season on Zoom Saturday, September 26, at 8:00 am as they begin a new DVD discussion series on the book Love Does by Bob Goff. Men of all ages are invited! Here’s a YouTube video Introduction to Love Does: https://youtu.be/SaPZGM9ksvM. For details contact Kyle Kaiser at or 513-520-3960.
Women's group that meets in homes on Mondays at 7 pm. Contact Bonnie for details at .
This group meets Thursdays at the church from 1:00 - 2:30 pm. Contact LuAnn for details at .
That’s anyone over 60 years young! The Ageless Learners small group meets weekly on Thursdays from 9:30-11:00 am in the Parlor. Even though we've been together for a long time, we're open to new people! We would love to have anyone interested in not only Bible Study, but also fun and fellowship to join our group. For more information, contact Ann Swigert at or (513) 777-9563. We look forward to seeing you!
This group meets for social activities and primarily consists of empty nesters. They met the 3rd Saturday evening of each month.
Contact: Barbara Wentz •
The quilters group gathers twice a month to quilt and fellowship. Many of the quilts they make are donated to those in need. The group meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 10:00 am in room 205.
Contact: Sharon Wright •
The knitting group meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month in the Parlor at 7:00 pm. Many of the items that are knitted are donated to those who are ill or newborn babies. Contact: Carolyn Godston •
The euchre group meets to play cards once a month on the 4th Saturday at 7:00 pm in the Parlor. Contact: Judy Warner •
The On Our Own group enjoys fellowship and understanding of each other’s life circumstances. The group meets on the 3rd Friday of the month at the Original Pancake House at Union Center in West Chester at 9:30 am. Contact: Joyce Courtney • 513-777-3346
The PrimeTimers group offers opportunities for seniors to connect at Faith Community, make new friends, have fun and grow in their faith. We are a lively group of Christians who rejoice in the gift of friendship from God and stay busy throughout the year with a wide range of trips, dinners, speakers and events. See below for a few examples. Contact:
Day Trips – The PrimeTimers take wonderful day trips several times a year. Some of the past trips have included: The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Krohn Conservatory butterfly exhibit, La Comedia Dinner Theatre, tour of the Basilica in Covington, the Sign Museum in Cincinnati, a trip to Amish country, and much more. Most trips provide a bus charter, or carpooling for closer destinations.
Events – Several events are offered each year for fellowship and fun. Past events have included a “Salute to Veterans” program, game night, various speakers, music and dancing featuring a quintet group, ice cream social and book exchange, potluck dinners, and more.
Lunch Bunch at area restaurants – The PrimeTimers “Lunch Bunch” meets on the 2nd Friday of even months. This group enjoys a new restaurant dining experience every other month, while visiting with Christian friends.