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Share Groups

SHARE GROUPS ARE A GREAT WAY TO GET CONNECTED AT CCFW

You may be new to CCFW or have been attending services for a long time and haven't been able to find a way to get connected. Share Groups are a great way for you to be able to do that. These groups make CCFW smaller and provide a way for folks to connect with one another in a more personal way.

The purpose of Share Groups at Calvary Chapel Fort Worth is to create community within the church body by being devoted to God’s Word, to one another, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. It is a place where the hurting, wounded or discouraged can come and leave refreshed. Those who attend a Share Group will find true, honest fellowship.

Each Share Group consists of a host and a leader in a small group setting. The leader facilitates the lesson and sets the pace for the fellowship so that everyone's time is respected. Participants are encouraged to talk with one another, pray and share praise reports. Information shared during the time of fellowship discreetly remains in the group and is not discussed with others.

If you are looking to join a Share Group or would like more information, you can click here find a list of our current Share Groups and their locations. Ernest and Merlinda Furry would love to speak with you and help you get connected. You can email them at sharegroups@loveneverfails.com.

FOUNDATIONAL SCRIPTURES

Philemon 1:6 & 7 states, “that the sharing of your faith may become effective [powerful] by the acknowledgement of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus. For we have great joy and consolation [comfort] in your love, because the hearts of the saints have been refreshed by you, brother.”

Acts 2:42 states, “and they continued steadfastly [immovable] in the apostles’ doctrine [teaching] and fellowship, in the breaking of bread and in prayers.”