LIFE GROUPS AT STANWICH

WHAT IS A LIFE GROUP?

Since the early Church, Christians have gathered together regularly in small groups for worship, friendship, learning, and discipleship. At Stanwich, we continue this tradition. Our groups are a great forum for building trusting relationships. We aim to know, love, and worship God personally; we also strive to know, love, and support one another. You do not need to be a Stanwich Church member to join a group - all are welcome.

If you would like to join a group or get more information, please contact the group leader.  You will find the available Life Groups by clicking the above button "Life Group List".  For privacy, addresses of private homes are not posted online.  

If you are interested in beginning a new Life Group, please contact
David Borden, Pastor of Evangelism & Discipleship. 

 

STAY IN THE WORD WEEKLY

Stanwich Church Daily Devotions

Daily Devotions

DAILY DEVOTIONS:
5-Minute Bible Study

The pastors at Stanwich believe being in God's Word every day is an opportunity to draw closer to the wisdom, beauty, and goodness we all desire in our lives.  This devotional, even if only for 5 short minutes, is a way for you and our entire Stanwich community to draw near to our Lord and Savior.

 

We encourage you to set a reminder on your calendar to visit this page daily or sign up to receive the daily newsletter. 

Stanwich Church Devotions Podcast

Daily

Podcast

DAILY PODCASTS:

Signposts

On the go and don't have time to sit and read? We encourage you to sign up for a podcast designed for the person on the go. In this short podcast Eric Kampmann, parishoner and author along with Senior Pastor Nathan review a short scripture that is read and follow up by a short discussion on that scripture.

Stanwich Church Greenwich Sermon Audio

Listen or Study

a Sermon

Current Sermon Series:

Humility

One day a disciple of Saint Augustine asked him which virtue was first. Saint Augustine answered: humility. The second he said, is also humility, as is the third as well. His answer would have been the same if he was asked a hundred times. Humility, therefore, is the foundation of all virtues. In this series we will explore the Christlike wisdom of what C.S. Lewis once wrote: "Humility is not thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less."

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