Leaders

Group leaders create a place for people
to talk about life and grow their faith.

You don’t have to be perfect to lead a group. And you don’t need to be a Bible scholar to be used by God to lead others. Group leaders create a place where people can be real and grow. They get front-row seats to the faith journeys of others and find that their faith grows along the way.

Curious about group leadership?

We want to make it as easy as possible to lead because we’re passionate about your growth as a leader. We’ll help you decide the focus of your group and come alongside you the entire time. Take a step and see how God can use you to create a place for people to connect and grow.

Want more information? Ready to serve?

Tell us about yourself, and we’ll take it from there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Groups can meet just about anywhere. Typically, they meet in homes, but some may meet at the church or other public locations.

Small groups meet at various days and times of the week. This helps you find a group that will work for your schedule.

A Group meeting usually last for about an hour and a half. They typically meet every week during the “group semester.” The Group Semesters at ABT run 12 weeks in the Fall, 12 weeks in the Winter/Spring, and 6 weeks in the Summer. The next semester will begin September 2022.

ABT doesn’t offer childcare for Groups. However, some Groups share the responsibility of arranging their own childcare by finding sitters or making other arrangements. Some Groups include children while they meet. As a church we don’t want anything to stand in the way of someone being in a group so if child care is the only obstacle stopping you from being in a group talk to your group leader or the Groups Director about options.

Our groups are focused around a few different “HUBs” such as men’s groups, women’s groups, marriage groups, parenting groups, freedom groups, and starting point groups.

All of our groups will be discussing biblical truths in order to help you grow spiritually. The specific study will often vary by group depending on the focus of the group.

Starting Point groups are groups for those that are new to the faith or spiritually curious and want a safe place to investigate Christianity. The content is a 8-week conversation based study called “Starting Point.”

Food depends on the group; the decision is up to the group.