Kairos is a Greek word meaning "appointed time or season,” indicating a moment when God is interrupting the normal flow of things or seeking to get our attention. Reformed theology contends that all of life is lived in the presence of God; the Holy Spirit is actively conforming us to the image of Christ throughout all of life, including the ordinary relationships and contexts we inhabit – family, friends, colleagues, church, neighborhood, home, work, etc.
Kairos Groups are a peer discipleship opportunity for 3-5 individuals who are journeying deeper together, learning to hear and respond to God’s voice in their lives. Each week, Kairos Groups will read a short passage of Scripture in the days leading up to their gathering and then meet weekly for 60 minutes to respond to two primary questions: 1) What is God saying to me? and 2) How will I respond to what God is saying to me?
Kairos groups are not Bible studies so much as Bible-infused, making space for each individual to become not only a hearer of the Word but a doer of the Word (Romans 2:13). As such, each group will receive a packet with Scripture passages that have been curated for Kairos Groups along with instructions on how to structure gatherings and how to pose questions to one another.
For questions, contact Tierra @ firstname.lastname@example.org