This ministry team focuses on advocacy and activism for those often excluded from full participation in society and church life. The group has initiated studies and activism focused on justice for those of diverse race or ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity, socioeconomic status, and more. AGC's Antiracism subgroup welcomes those interested in learning about actions to promote racial equity, and about supporting Black-led non-profits through gifts of time, talent, and donations.
This group focuses on improving ministry by, for, and with persons who live with disability or functional difference.
Since its inception in 2013, the group has offered support for parents, families, and persons with special needs, has planned church programs, and has hosted two conferences on faith communities and disabilities that drew participants from many congregations. The team seeks to heighten awareness of the theological implications of "being church" with a wide array of developmental and functional differences among us.
Circle of Quiet is a silent contemplative space hosted in the chapel each week during the Sunday School hour. For some, it might be an occasional silent retreat from a more traditional Sunday School class. For others, it might be a more regular and consistent time of quiet contemplation and reflection before worship.
This committed spiritual formation group explores practices of the Christian spiritual life through weekly small group meetings.
Companions in Christ is currently on hiatus. The Way of Prayer is the next offering in the Companions in Christ study series.
This spiritual formation opportunity is open to all adults.
This group discusses books exploring interfaith understanding and social awareness. All are welcome.
The Enneagram is an ancient tool that offers each of us a way to discover who we really are and encourages us toward transformation in our relationship with God. Please contact Melanie Wilkinson if you are interested in connecting!
Women of a wide range of ages meet monthly in homes to discuss high-interest contemporary fiction and nonfiction. Come join the lively discussions.
September 19: The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri
October 17: Jesus and John Wayne by Kristin Kobes Du Mez
November 14: The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles
Early as the week begins, this men's group gathers to discuss current events, reflect on the Christian life, and support one another. Consisting mainly of men in late career stages or early retirement, the group meets in an office building near Knollwood.
This group consists of couples in committed long-term relationships who meet once a month to work on communication and couple intimacy skills. Leaders Chuck and Reneé Hinson have been trained through BetterMarriages.org.
Sponsored by the Knollwood Children's Ministry, this reflective group of moms meets to study the Bible and share life.
This supportive group gathers weekly for Bible study, starting with an early morning breakfast. Meeting in group members' homes, they support each other through life's many changes.
This lively group shares life, laughter, and Bible study, meeting in group members' homes.