SMALL GROUP Opportunities - Jan 2017
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Jan 7Mary-Helen McGrathSeniors (men and women)Senior ConnectionA Study of the Book of James (Guidelines for a Happy Christian Life) by John MacArthur1st & 3rd Fridays10:30 AMThe OrchardLondonderryvmcgra@msn.com
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Jan-2Tim WegeMen/WomenFinancial Peace UniversityYour money. Your story. Your life. Learn God's way of handling finances.Mondays6:45 - 8:30 AM9 weeksTim's Office at Robie House, 183 Mammoth RoadLondonderrytwege@comcast.netMembership fee is $85.00/each indiv or couple, and includes workbook and online access to resources.
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Jan-11Bruce LewisMen/WomenTed Dekker's "The Forgotten Way". Do you believe that peace can be found in the midst of a storm; that you can walk on troubled seas in this life? “The Forgotten Way” meditations will be a group study that explores what Jesus taught. As people of The Way, do we often forget how we have already been blessed to live?
Thursdays7:00 PMThe Farm House, Living RoomLondonderrylewis.h2o@comcast.net
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Jan-18Jason & Nicole AllenMen/WomenBook/Video Study: Join Matt Chandler, Teaching Pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, TX, as he walks us through Phillipians, the most intimate of all Paul's letters and paints a beautiful picture of what it is to be a mature Christian. The story begins in Philippi where Paul introduces three individuals that were all enslaved by the kind of things that we often choose over the gospel: Lydia, the Business Executive, The Little Slave Girl, and The Hard Working Jailer. Their lives portray dysfunction and emptiness, but are totally transformed by the Gospel. True joy and Christ's love begin to live within them, giving them a life of purpose. In fact, Paul himself was enslaved and then by God's grace and mercy he could pen these popular and profound words: To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.Wednesdays6:30 PM12 weeksFarm House Living RoomLondonderrylpowers@orchardnh.orgDinner/Study
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Jan-22Mary ScourickMen/WomenOnline Videos with Study Guide: What do you do when there's nothing you can do? What do you do when there's no way forward and there's no way out? In this 6-part study, Andy Stanley answers the question, "What do I do in the meantime?" Sundays6:00 PM6 sessionsFarm House Living RoomLondonderrymscourick@myfairpoint.netTentative Dates: Jan 22, Jan 29, Feb 12, Feb 26, Mar 5, Mar 12
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Jan-10Marty & Mary CalawaMen/WomenBook/Video Study: Join Matt Chandler, Teaching Pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, TX, as he walks us through this most intimate of all Paul's letters and paints a beautiful picture of what it is to be a mature Christian. The story begins in Philippi where Paul introduces three individuals that were all enslaved by the kind of things that we often choose over the gospel: Lydia, the Business Executive, The Little Slave Girl, and The Hard Working Jailer. Their lives portray dysfunction and emptiness, but are totally transformed by the Gospel. True joy and Christ's love begin to live within them, giving them a life of purpose. In fact, Paul himself was enslaved and then by God's grace and mercy he could pen these popular and profound words: To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.Tuesdays 6:30 PM12 weeksCalawa's HomeLondonderrycalawa@comcast.net
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Mar-9Scott RoweMenKickStartThe Forgotten God, by Francis Chan offers a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives.
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ongoingNeil HitterMenACESaturdays7- 8:30 AMongoingFarm House Conference RoomLondonderrynhitter@gmail.com
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Jan-5Peter CoffinMen (16+)Higher GroundResuming study of New Testament Characters. Lifeguide Bible Studies by Carolyn NystromThursdays7:30 PMongoingFarm House Conference RoomLondonderrypcoffin@orchardnh.org
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ongoingSteve MitchellMenWednesday WarriorsWednesday Warrior’s allows men go gather mid-week before heading off to work. We tend to focus on studying books of the Bible, topics in spiritual formation, and topics in theology, and how they can transform our lives. Our studies tend to be in-depth at an easy pace. Currently we're studying the book of Revelation. The commentary we're using for our study, Dr. Walvoord's Revelation, takes a literal approach to the book of Revelation, bringing historical context to its use of symbolism and other figures of speech. At key points it explores different views and approaches to interpretation. Wolvoord also devotes special attention to important textual and doctrinal issues while avoiding technical language.
Wednesdays
6:30 AMFarm House Conference RoomLondonderryshmitchpub@yahoo.com
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Feb-10Pastor Karyn CartierWomenStudy using the book and DVD, "The Broken Way", by Ann VoskampFridays10:00 AMFarm House Living RoomLondonderrykcartier@orchardnh.org
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Jan-6Kathi MitchellWomenStudy using the book and DVD, "The Broken Way", by Ann VoskampFridays, twice a month6:30 PMMitchell's HomeManchesterkmitchell@concordchristian.orgthere will be food if you have to come straight from work
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Jan-5Nicole CobbWomenThursday Morning Women Book & Video Study: No More Perfect Mom. If you've ever forgotten to pick your kid up from soccer practice or accidentally worn two different shoes to the grocery store, this series is for you. Being a mother is not for those who display symptoms of the "Perfection Infection." There is simply no such thing as a perfect mom. And there are no such things as perfect kids, perfect homes, perfect bodies, perfect marriages, or even perfect meals. With refreshing honesty, author Jill Savage exposes some of her own parental shortcomings with the goal of helping mothers everywhere shelve their desires for perfection along with their insecurities of not measuring up to other moms. No More Perfect Moms will help you...

Change your unrealistic expectations to realistic expectations in order to better manage everyday challenges.
Give grace and love to your husband and children even in difficult family life circumstances.
Increase your confidence when you resist the urge to compare your insides to other women's outsides.
Discover the beauty of grace when you stop judging yourself and stop judging others.
Find freedom from disappointment when you embrace your real family, your real challenges, and your real, but imperfect, life.
Thursdays9:00 AM9 weeksThe OrchardLondonderryncobb@orchardnh.orgCHILDCARE AVAILABLE for $5/child. Books can be purchased online at Amazon for $13.01
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Jan 9Lisa GrahamWomenBook/Video Study: Pamela Lau's "A Friend in Me: How to be a Safe Haven for Other Women". The author offers advice in bridging the gap with younger women. Pam Lau wants to start a global movement in mentoring Christian women. Women are longing for relational connection and authentic relationship. Through biblical teaching, stories about God and faith; conversations about sex, vocation, intentional friendships and women, Pam inspires women of all ages with her compelling message that the women closest to us need us to pay attention differently. Mondays7:00 PM10 weeksGraham's HomeLondonderrylisagrahamjr@comcast.net
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Jan-18Jason & Nicole AllenMen/WomenBook/Video Study: Join Matt Chandler, Teaching Pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, TX, as he walks us through Phillipians, the most intimate of all Paul's letters and paints a beautiful picture of what it is to be a mature Christian. The story begins in Philippi where Paul introduces three individuals that were all enslaved by the kind of things that we often choose over the gospel: Lydia, the Business Executive, The Little Slave Girl, and The Hard Working Jailer. Their lives portray dysfunction and emptiness, but are totally transformed by the Gospel. True joy and Christ's love begin to live within them, giving them a life of purpose. In fact, Paul himself was enslaved and then by God's grace and mercy he could pen these popular and profound words: To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.Wednesdays6:30 PM12 weeksFarm House Living RoomLondonderrylpowers@orchardnh.orgDinner/Study
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Jan-22Mary ScourickMen/WomenOnline Videos with Study Guide: What do you do when there's nothing you can do? What do you do when there's no way forward and there's no way out? In this 6-part study, Andy Stanley answers the question, "What do I do in the meantime?" Sundays6:00 PM6 sessionsFarm House Living RoomLondonderrymscourick@myfairpoint.netTentative Dates: Jan 22, Jan 29, Feb 12, Feb 26, Mar 5, Mar 12
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Jan-10Marty & Mary CalawaMen/WomenBook/Video Study: Join Matt Chandler, Teaching Pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, TX, as he walks us through this most intimate of all Paul's letters and paints a beautiful picture of what it is to be a mature Christian. The story begins in Philippi where Paul introduces three individuals that were all enslaved by the kind of things that we often choose over the gospel: Lydia, the Business Executive, The Little Slave Girl, and The Hard Working Jailer. Their lives portray dysfunction and emptiness, but are totally transformed by the Gospel. True joy and Christ's love begin to live within them, giving them a life of purpose. In fact, Paul himself was enslaved and then by God's grace and mercy he could pen these popular and profound words: To Live is Christ and to Die is Gain. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.Tuesdays 6:30 PM12 weeksCalawa's HomeLondonderrycalawa@comcast.net
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ON HOLDSam & Chantal Schreiner Young Adults (18-30)BRIDGEEvery Other Tuesday6:30 PMSchreiner's HomeLondonderrychantal.m.schreiner@gmail.comyoung adults 18-30, NO childcare
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ongoingClint Perry & Scott RoweBoys (grades 6-12)CORTuesdays2:45 PMThe OrchardLondonderryscott@orchardnh.org clint_perry@aol.com
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ongoingPatti Wege & Jenn CroteauGirls (grades 10-12)Relevant GirlsVaried short term studiesMondays6:30 PMSept. - June Patti's or Jenn's HomeLondonderrypattiwege@comcast.net jennlynn0304@yahoo.com
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ongoingJackie Robbins & Michelle PartinGirls (grade 9)Relevant GirlsSundays 10:30 AMongoingThe Farm HouseLondonderrypjrobbins5@comcast.net mpartin247@yahoo.com
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ongoingKatie GlasierGirls (grades 6-8)Relevant GirlsThursdays6:30 PMongoingFarm House (Karyn's Office)Londonderrykatie@orchardnh.org
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ongoingNicole CobbGrades 4/5FriDAZEFridays6:00 PMongoingThe OrchardLondonderryncobb@orchardnh.org
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ongoingNicole CobbGrades K-3OrchardKidzTuesdays4:15 PMongoingThe OrchardLondonderryncobb@orchardnh.org
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ongoingNicole CobbInfants + (homeschooled children welcome!)Mommy and MePlay group for Moms and kids!Mondays10:00 - 11:30amongoingThe OrchardLondonderryncobb@orchardnh.org
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Ruth KunyzWomen (FULL)Thursdays9:30 AMKunyz's HomeLondonderrymeadowsweetfarm@myfairpoint.netInfants welcome
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David & Lisa RossMen/Women (FULL)Marriage StudySundays5:30 - 7:30 PMMak's HomeLondonderrydavid.a.ross2011@gmail.com
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