Canvas Community Groups Winter 2020
Canvas Community Groups are one of the best places for meaningful relationships to develop and for sustained spiritual life-change to occur. In these groups, people study God’s Word and discuss the issues and challenges of life. It’s also where people gather to pray, eat, laugh, live, play, serve, and care for one another. Community Group Gatherings are about doing life together and walking in the direction of Jesus. Community Groups are typically small groups comprised of six to twelve individuals or five to eight couples that meet in someone’s home or coffee shop for fellowship, Bible study, prayer, and encouragement.
Draw The Circle | Starting January 12 – February 23
Join others at Canvas on January 12, 2020 for a life-giving 40-day adventure that includes Mark Batterson’s, Draw the Circle, a 40-day resource that will inspire and encourage you to watch how God is working, to believe God can do all things, and to experience His power through bold prayers. Everyone at Canvas (Adults & Students) will be given a copy of Draw the Circle on January 12 and will be encouraged to…
- Spend 40 days walking through the forty chapters of Draw the Circle
- To spend time daily in personal prayer thanking God for how He is working and interceding in prayer for themselves and others
- To set their alarms for 1:00 p.m., check The Canvas App starting January 13 for prayer prompts, and to spend one-minute praying for the one thing in the prayer prompt as well as one thing they are asking God to do in their personal life
- Gather weekly with 4 to 8 friends to share what they are learning from Draw the Circle, to share how they are seeing God at work, and to spend time praying together. These gatherings can happen before work, during lunch, after work, in the evening, on the weekend, etc.
- Make it a priority to attend the Canvas Worship gatherings on January 12, 19, 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23 as we start a new series in the Book of Acts that will also link up with the Draw the Circle 40-day Adventure we will take as a faith family