Small Groups Provide Many Worship Options

Small Groups Provide Many Worship Options

Fitting time for worship into a busy college schedule can be hard. The good news is that there are many new opportunities for group Bible study this semester. Small worship groups are taking place at many different times and places, providing the opportunity for everyone to participate.

A few weeks have gone by since school started at Southwestern. As students settle into their routines they should find a small worship group that fits into their schedule. It’s a good way to meet people and to learn more about God. If a student wants to be involved in a small group, but can’t find the time, the spiritual growth and development team at Southwestern Adventist University encourages that student to start up his or her own group.  Email Angie Boothby, the small group coordinator, at for details on how to start a small group.

“I am very excited about the number of small groups this year, but there is always room for more. Each group has its own theme and the overall goal of small groups is foremost to seek God’s leading and respond to it.  Group leaders want people to develop a method of Biblical interpretation and understanding. They want people to make new friends, be comfortable inviting old friends to a place where they can learn about Christ, and to learn how to share their experience of Jesus with others,” Boothby says.

Below there is a list of current small groups along with when and where they meet.






Y.A.F. (Young Adult Fellowship)

Pechero Lounge #131

Thursday 7 p.m.


F.R.O.G. (Forever Rely On God) 40 Days of Prayer and Devotions


Sunday and Wednesday 10 p.m.


LYC (Lay Youth For Christ)

Pechero Lounge #131

Monday 7 p.m.


When God Writes Your Love Story (for single young women)

Girls Dorm Basement

Tuesday 7 p.m.


Seekers: a Bible study for the mind, soul, and spirit

Off campus: 300 Mockingbird Lane, Keene

Thursday 10 p.m.


ShareHim: Bible markings and learning to give Bible studies

Evans Hall Prayer Room

Wednesday 8:00 p.m.



Library: Heritage Center Reading Room

Thursday 7 p.m.




Not Just a Feeling

2nd floor Harmon Hall room 211

Monday 7:30 p.m.


Wake Up With God

2nd floor Harmon Hall room 206

Tuesday 6:45 a.m.


Our Eternal Cross

3rd floor Harmon Hall room 305

Thursday 7:30 p.m.


Prayer Warriors

Hadley Hall room 115

Tuesday 7 p.m.


Faith For Today

Hadley Hall room 257

Sunday 8:00 p.m.


When God Writes Your Love Story

Hadley Lobby

Tuesday and Thursday 7:20 a.m.


Your Heart’s Desire

Meier Hall room 170

Thursday 8:30 p.m.





1st floor Bible study

Miller Hall room 109

Tuesday 7 p.m.


2nd floor Bible study

Miller Hall room 214

Sunday 10 p.m.


3rd floor Bible study

3rd floor lobby

Monday 11:30 p.m. prayer time at 6 a.m.


Villa Bible study

Room # 2

Sunday 9:30- 11 p.m.

Share this:
Share this page via Email Share this page via Stumble Upon Share this page via Digg this Share this page via Facebook Share this page via Twitter

About author

You might also like

Features 0 Comments

Four Reasons Why Students Should Join Enactus

(Edited by Herman Aguilar and Judy Yong) During my years in college, I always wanted to be part of an on-campus group that would also be involved in the community.

Features 0 Comments

Stepping Forward In Faith

All it took was a step of faith for Rafael and Zenaida Romo to take their lives in a whole new direction. Relying solely on the belief that God would

Media 0 Comments

Multimedia: Burleson Animal Shelter

Graduating communication major Mary Jo James shares this audio slideshow that she prepared for her Photojournalism final project. Share this:


No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!

Leave a Reply

IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math (so we know that you are a human) :-)

What is 8 + 7 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.