At Kendal Parish Church, one of the ways in which we seek to grow in our faith and in our friendships with one another is through Housegroups.
What is a Housegroup?
Housegroups are where we meet in groups of 6-10 people in someone’s home for an hour or two. Some groups meet weekly, others fortnightly.
Housegroups are places where we can explore questions and doubts, study the bible together, pray together for different things, laugh and share life.
How Can a Housegroup Help Me?
One of the housegroups described how it felt to be part of the group:
“Sharing our lives week by week, talking of our faith, deepening friendship, worshipping and praying together – these provide an opportunity to explore what it means to be a Christian in everyday life.”
Would I feel at Home at a Housegroup?
We’re a diverse church, so our housegroups come in different shapes and styles. What they share is that they are places of fellowship and growth in faith, where we can care for one another and where we can discuss our faith and pray together.
Because each housegroup is different, there is a place for you whatever stage of the Christian journey you are on, and however you prefer to worship and learn about God.
How do I find out more?
Our housegroups meet at different times during the week. Some are in the evening and some during the day. Talk to one of the clergy at a Sunday service, or fill out the form below with your details. We will be happy to discuss this further with you.