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Home groups are our primary vehicle for community and support. Our groups are safe places where we can be formed by God through studying His word, praying, and sharing life together. Through groups we care for each other and also reach out to those who do not yet know Jesus. Our groups study a variety of curricula, including our newly launched IMPEL curriculum based on our Sunday sermons. For more information:

Wheaton Home Groups – Contact Pastor Cheryl Baird at cheryl@wellspringalliance.net

Warrenville Home Groups – Contact Pastor Steve Hands at steve@wellspringalliance.net

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Women, INC is a ministry to connect women to God through prayer, connect women to Truth through Bible study, and connect women to each other through our stories.  Group dynamics are still being discussed (online/in-person), but they will start online Zoom meetings on September 15th. During the month of September, there will be two opportunities (Tuesday morning and Tuesday evening) to join them to hear a speaker and connect with other women.

For more information: contact Sharon Krohn or Susan Lewis.

Oasis is a home group where people who identify as LGBTQ+ or have family members who identify as LGBTQ+ have an emotionally and spiritually safe space to connect and support one another. The group is currently following the traditional model of Bible study while reviewing and applying the previous week’s sermon to our lives. Led by Mark & Lori Yarhouse. For more information, contact markyar9@gmail.com

Join Pastor Joyce Dalrymple and Sunny Jonas as we watch and discuss bimonthly “movies that matter” around themes of justice and reconciliation from a Gospel/Scripture-based perspective. We will discuss films and grow in empathy and community together.

November 9, 7pm via zoom: Netflix’s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction: Malala Yousefzai. To RSVP, email  sunnysuejonas@gmail.com.

Join us for meaningful conversations on difficult topics with the following aims:

1) To create opportunities within the church to dialogue about social issues and to reason together about how God would have us respond and
2) To encourage mobilization of believers towards Christ-centered civic engagement.

Previous topics have been immigration, the environment, COVID-19, and policing.

The next session is TBA.