Spring 2019 semester

february 10 - April 21


  • WOMEN'S

    BIBLE STUDY

    Led by Kiah Bevelecqua

    (616) 240-2008


    Tuesdays at 6p


    Meet at

    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544


    Are you ready to build strong relationships with other women while we dig deeper into God’s Word?  Check out our women’s group! This semester we will be focusing on the book study “Finding I Am” by Lysa Terkuist. We will discover the roots of clear and daily communication with God and humble obedience all while connecting with amazing women and of course having nights of fun and fellowship.  This group is open to women of all ages who are looking for friendship, accountability, and a more intimate relationship with Jesus. 

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  • MEN'S GROUP

    Led by Jerry Deboer

    (616)719-7779


    Wednesdays at 6p


    Meet at

    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544



    The truly popular Men's Group is back! Join us every Wednesday, with an every other week mix of leadership study and a fun activity that encourages camaraderie (and maybe even some competition!). Our goal is to identify what virtues, habits, disciplines, duties, and actions make up true Godly manhood. The group is open to men of all ages who are looking to create relationships and explore what it means to truly be a man.

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  • WOMEN'S ACTIVITY GROUP

    Led by Kiah Bevelacqua & Niah Cappiello

    (616) 240-2008


    Once a month

    Join the Facebook Group for details


    This is not just a Bible Study...This special women's only group is different than our Woman's Bible Study. Instead pf meeting every week, this group will meet once a month for a fun activity. It may look like going out to dinner one month, and meeting at the church for Bunco Night the next...It's all about getting out of the house, leaving the kids at home, and having some fun together! 

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  • Prayer Group

    Led by Pastor Joe Bevelacqua


  • First Saturday of the Month at 9a


    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544


    The first Saturday of each month, we meet in the New Chapel auditorium and pray for 45 minutes. We meet for five minutes and then break out to pray individually. With worship music playing through our sound system, we encourage everyone to pray to for the church, the upcoming services, for prayer needs and requests sent to the church, and any other things that God lays on your heart. 

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  • HEALING GROUP

    Led By Therese Juchemich

    (616) 485-2393


    Wednesdays at 7p


    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544


    God’s Word is full of promises that we can receive. Whether you’re on a journey through healing, want to find out what God’s Word says about healing, or maybe you want to pray for others to receive-then this group is for you!

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  • JUST "UNWIND" KNITTING GROUP

    Led by Kaitlyn Smith

    (517) 648-4179


    Wednesdays at 6p


    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544



    Do you just want to unwind- a ball of yarn that is! 


    Join our knitting and crocheting group as you learn to knit and crochet with other woman. All levels of experience welcome- even if you have none, we'd be happy to show you!

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  • CAPPIELLO GROUP

    Led by Brian & Niah Cappiello

    (616)240-2008


    Mondays at 7p in Grandville, MI


    For specific location and info, contact (616) 240-2008


    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.


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  • BIALK GROUP

    Led by Michell Bialk

    (616) 634-4787


    Thursdays at 7p


    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544


    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.

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  • BEARDED BROTHERS

    Beards not required; being a man is...

    Led by Tino Castro

    (616) 427-6330


    1st & 3rd Thursday of the month at 4p


    Join other manly men to connect relationally at Panera in Walker, on the first and third Thursday of the month (3150 Alpine Ave NW, Walker, MI 49544)

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  • If Table Gathering

    Led by Maria Castro

    (786) 269-4176


    Every Other Sunday at 6:30p



    For specific location and info, contact (786) 269-4176


    Come enjoy a gathering of women, where we share a meal and dessert, and dive deep with each other over real stories and Christ- centered conversations. It's a time for a whole lot of laughter, and maybe a few tears, but time spent that leaves us with happy and grateful hearts.

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  • Money Management Group

    Led by Jordan and Dana Gallagher

    (616)813-4248


    Saturdays at 1p


    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544



    Let's build and grow in God's wisdom to see His best for our finances. The money management group will teach you how to take control of your money and develop financial security.


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  • Bring Your Kids Group

    Led by Kelsey Weeks

    (734)793-7471


    Tuesdays at 1p


    New Chapel

    1029 4 Mile Rd NW

    Grand Rapids, MI 49544




    Are you a parent that needs a safe place to wind down or get out of the house? You have support here! Come Join other parents who relationally support each other in the ever busyness of life. Feel free to bring your kids, or not! This group is exactly what you need to feel more peace with other parents who are looking for the same thing.

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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.