groups  - Spring 2020


the Spring semester of groups runs from

February 2nd - April 3rd


We believe real life change happens best within authentic relationships in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. It's the way God designed church to be... God's design for a church body is not only to meet on Sunday in church services, but also in smaller groups regularly. 


We will have our "Groups fair" on Both January 26th & February 2nd in the lobby during both services. Here, you will be able to meet all of the group leaders, ask any questions you may have, and find what group you would like to join this semester. 


  • New Chapel Grow - Led by Pastor Joe Bevelacqua

    New Chapel Grow is an 8-Week Discipleship Group focused on discovering the basics of the faith. Led by Pastor Joe and Pastor Brian, you will intentionally grow in your knowledge of basic Bible principles, build relationships within your group, and begin living out who God has truly created you to be.

    Group is led by Pastor Joe Bevelacqua

    Tuesdays 6P at New Chapel

  • Cappiello & Proos Group

    We believe that our weekend messages should give you something to apply on “Monday.” This curriculum based-group will help take the message that we hear on Sunday, and help it come to life outside of church in a practical way.

    Group is led by The Cappiello's & Proos's

    Wednesdays 6:30P: 5758 Columbine Ave, Comstock Park, 49321

  • Crow Group- Led by Dan & Angie Crow

    We believe that our weekend messages should give you something to apply on “Monday.” This curriculum based-group will help take the message that we hear on Sunday, and help it come to life outside of church in a practical way.

    Group is led by Dan and Angie Crow

    Wednesdays 7P @ New Chapel

  • Marriage on the Rock Group- Led by Ed and Sheila Colegrove

    The Comprehensive Guide to a Solid, Healthy and Lasting Marriage. While many people desperately want a marriage that works, fewer of them really believe they can experience success. In this group, we will discusses practical real-life challenges and offers solutions on how to have a healthy and thriving marriage. Whether you’ve been married for years or are just preparing for the journey, Marriage on the Rock is the essential resource that will transform your relationship.

    Group is led by Ed and Sheila Colegrove


  • Financial Peace University- Led by Eli Wieters

    Join the nearly 6 million people who've used Financial Peace University to pay off debt, save and invest for the future. This group is a 9-lesson course where you will learn how to manage your money and gain your financial freedom with Godly principles. For just $89, you can purchase all of the materials from FPU. If you attend all nine classes, New Chapel will reimburse your money for your faithfulness.


    To sign up for the class and purchase your materials, visit fpu.com/1110919


    Group is led by Eli Wieters

    Thursdays 7P @ New Chapel

  • Rickman Group - Led by Nate and Rachelle Rickman

    We believe that our weekend messages should give you something to apply on “Monday.” This curriculum based-group will help take the message that we hear on Sunday, and help it come to life outside of church in a practical way.

    Group is Led by Nate and Rachelle Rickman

    Mondays 6P @ Panera: 5510 Clyde Park Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49509

  • Circle Maker Group - Led by Bob and Cindy Skibbe

    "You do not have because you do not ask God." — James 4:2

    What a powerful statement, but what does it have to do with prayer? It is easy to believe that we have asked, and yet we still do not have the things we have asked for. But have we asked the way the Bible describes asking? Have we become a circle maker, walking around the walls of our Jericho, and claimed God’s promised victory?

    In The Circle Maker, you will learn the powerful lessons of audacious prayers. This group will change the way you view relationships, challenges, and opportunities. The Circle Maker will change the way you pray.

    Group is led by Bob and Cindy Skibbe

    Mondays 7P: 4695 Aldun Ridge Apt. 309 Comstock Park, MI 49321

WE'RE A CHURCH OF  SMALL GROUPS

THAT celebrate ON THE WEEKENDS.

SMALL GROUPS ARE A BIGGER DEAL THAN YOU THINK!

You’ve probably seen small groups meeting and not even realized it. A small group looks like friends at lunch, teams playing basketball, or people studying a book or topic of interest. At its core, a small group is a small gathering of people, and it is less about what you do and more about who you do it with. By participating in small groups, you can expect to connect with others through a common activity, engage in life giving conversation and request prayer.


We believe real life change happens best within authentic relationships in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. It's the way God designed church to be...


"Day after day, in the temple courts and from house to house, they never stopped teaching and

proclaiming the good news that Jesus is the Christ." Acts 5:42


God's design for a church body is not only to meet on Sunday

in church services, but also in smaller groups regularly. 


"(We) kept back nothing that was helpful, but proclaimed it to you, and taught you publicly and

from house to house..." Acts 20:20



Most of our small groups meet once a week in homes, businesses, restaurants, or other locations throughout the city. The groups change and begin again four times a year, so you have the opportunity to try out different ones. You'll never fully experience all that New Chapel has to offer until you connect in a small group! 


For more information on Small Groups email us at connect@newchapel.com.


What should I expect?

What will my Group study?

You can find the list of groups above. Most of our groups are talking about the current series we're working through as a church. Some Groups may decide to use their own study.


How often do Groups meet?

Our small groups will meet for three semesters a year—winter/spring, summer, and fall. During the semester, most groups meet once a week. Small groups are meant to bring meaning and community into the flow of your life so even if you can’t attend every, single meeting, there is still great value in joining a group.


Where do Groups meet?

Small groups meet in places like homes, parks, restaurants, coffee shops and office buildings. The leader of the group selects a meeting spot that best fits the purpose of the group.