Small Groups

One great way to get to know people at Rock Spring is to become involved with a small group. The focus of these groups is as varied as the people involved with them. Our ministers and lay leaders are available for one-on-one meetings with those who want to discuss possible avenues for greater involvement.

Rock Spring members and friends in their 20s/30s connect over brunch, game nights, and other social activities.

For older adults and others who may be confined to their homes, nursing homes, or have other ongoing needs, we have a trained Caring Ministry which will be glad to arrange for regular visits.

The Women’s Fellowship of the congregation provides a light reception for families and guests who gather at Rock Spring to celebrate a person’s life.

A group of dedicated individuals gather to crochet or knit prayer shawls and lap blankets for those who will be receiving visits from one of the pastors or the Caring Ministry team.

The prayer circle receives congregational requests for prayers and commits to praying regularly for those in need.

Small groups of 8-12 women gather monthly for fellowship, learning and support.

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Calling all youth! It’s our first summer “PopUp YoRS.” Summer is the perfect time to have a cold lunch... So we’ll gather in the Saegmuller Room after church and then walk to Zinga for frozen yogurt.

Join us in conversation about potential programming for next year in interfaith relations.   What might we want to learn?

by Laura Martin

The reality is that I too have

Authored your pain.

I laid a blank piece of paper down

When you needed me to respond.

I chose the shortcut.

I learned complicity,

Learned to move quietly in my privilege,

Learned to let the doors open for me

Before walked inside.

I inherited fear

And did not unlearn it.

In fight or flight, I flew.

I confess all this.

And I commit to hearing

The raw stories,

To letting your vulnerability

Chafe me.