Small Groups

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Our Small Groups are very much the heart of our community. They great places to stay connected, to encourage and be encouraged. Our Small Groups normally meet in flats and houses throughout Glasgow and beyond, however, they continue online during Covid-19...

The aim of a Small Group is to create a safe place in which to build relationships, pray, learn and share life together, in order to impact the communities around us. Small Groups are the very heart of the church. Small Groups are great ways to overcome both the relative anonymity of a large church gathering.

Small Groups provide a great atmosphere in which to build strong friendships, develop new gifting, and discuss life and faith-issues in a safe and comfortable environment.

Post Covid-19 Lockdown

As we recover from the Covid-19 crisis we are adapting the way in which we do things in order to meet the needs of those who call Glasgow Vineyard their home and to put us in a better place to reach those who are searching or are on the margins.  Some of our groups are starting to meet in person; if you want to connect in person, then find one of these groups and join in. However, we have seen that some find going out to a meeting in an evening challenging, lack the ability to travel or have no group near to them. Some of our groups are continuing to meet online. If you'd rather connect online, then join one of these groups.

You can find out more about individual small groups by following the links below...

Tuesday

7.30-10.00pm (unless otherwise stated)

All Comers Group (Online)

The All Comers Group is an extension of the Newcomers Group that was started during lockdown and is hosted by Moray and Tamsin. It is a dynamic and relational group of people from across the […]

Student Small Groups

Every week at our student small group we have a meal and worship all together, and then split into small groups to have discussions, Bible studies and prayer.

Marty and Alix’s Small Group

Marty and Alix’s small group meets every Tuesdays from 7:30 to 9:30 and are based in Kirkintilloch, see the map for the rough location. For more details about the group please contact Martin.

Wednesday

7.30-10.00pm (unless otherwise stated)

Peter’s Small Group (Online)

We are a diverse group and come from all around Glasgow. We meet via Zoom every Wednesday evenings at 7:30 to connect together, share what God is doing in our lives and pray together. If […]

Anniesland Small Group (Online/In-person)

The Anniesland Group, as the name suggests, meets in Anniesland (see the map for the rough location) and is lead by Kate and Alex Mitchell and Beth and Andy Beveridge The group meets every Wednesday […]

Thursday

7.30-10.00pm (unless otherwise stated)

Mikey and Roxy’s Small Group

During Lockdown To connect online with our group join our Zoom chat at 11:45 each Sunday, the link can be found here When not in lockdown Mikey and Roxy’s group meets on Thursdays on Bramble […]