GS GROUPS ARE AT THE HEART OF OUR COMMUNITY!
GS Groups sign-up for the Autumn term is LIVE! Click the buttons below to see which GS Groups are running on each day...
Monday is GS Team Night. Find out more about being part of a GS Team
What are GS Groups?
GS Groups are an opportunity to meet in smaller groups throughout the week. Over 35 GS Groups run, with some meeting at church, some in peoples' homes, and some in other venues across the city. Each group has a different ‘flavour’ or theme so there really is something for everyone!
Why should I be part of a GS Group?
GS Groups are a great place to get to know people in a smaller setting. We also believe that being part of a GS Group will provide you with opportunities to grow and deepen your faith
When are GS Groups?
GS Groups meet weekly during term-term for around 9 or 10 weeks
How do I sign-up to GS Groups?
You can sign-up to a GS Group at the beginning of each term. Some groups do fill up quite quickly!
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What types of GS Groups are there?
GS Locals are groups based around a geographical area, although not everyone will live in the specific area. They will often include prayer, discussion, food and have a great informal atmosphere. The content of the group is often ‘evolved’ by the group as it begins to meet.
GS Grow groups use content and material to encourage personal growth and discipleship. They cover areas including pastoral, emotional, and Biblical growth as well as courses supporting areas such as marriage and family.
GS Socials are groups that encourage connection and belonging. They are an easy way to get to know new people, or if you are new to Gas Street. They may also be good for bringing along non-church friends!
GS Espresso groups are smaller, shorter and more intentional! These groups meet for an hour only, to pray, read the Bible, share or discuss and will usually be smaller in number than a typical GS group. They often meet in coffee shops and pubs.
How are GS Group Leaders supported?
GS Group Coaches oversee our GS Group Leaders as a source of support, prayer and accountability each term. They are available to their GS Group leaders for feedback, discussion about their groups and as the first point of contact with pastoral needs