Small Communities

Our Small Communities can help you develop relationships, better appreciate God’s unchanging Truth, and give you a chance to serve others with others. We’re designed for relationships with Christ and others and small communities can provide that opportunity. All community groups listed are open groups so you can just show up or contact the office for more information at


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Connect through common interests and seasons of life.
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  • Ascension Young Adults (18-25)
  • 30's more or less
  • Open Door
  • Men's Eternal Investments
  • Rimrock Riders (motorcycle group)
  • Men's Racquetball
  • Hikers
  • Recreational Volleyball



Opportunities to further discover God's truth with others. 
  • Healing Heart Wounds
  •  Open Door Class, Sunday morning at 10:30 in room 202,  Currently, not meeting.
  • 1st & 2nd Peter, a class where we dig into God’s word together, with a discussion around the table. Currently, we meet at in the cafe area, after the 9 am service.  Led by Daren Beckloff and Sherman Westvig
  • Wednesday Nights - Open to everyone, including the entire family with childcare (babies through 4 years old) and groups for all other ages.   5:30 dinner and 6:30 small groups: We meet during the school months. We look forward to starting a new season in September 2020.

Experiencing life and Christ together.


  • Men's Group: Tuesdays at 6:30 AM at our Downtown Campus. Discussions through the book of Genesis. Taught by Mike Hays. Contact Mike at (605) 381-0431 
  • Men's Group: Friday Guys. Currently not meeting. When we do meet, we gather together Fridays, 11:30 am at our Downtown Campus. We discuss the Scriptures presented during Sunday morning sermons.
  • Eternal Investments:  We will have a discussion through Scripture. We look forward to meeting every Wednesday at 7 am, at our Downtown Campus.   Led by Ron McLaughlin. 
  • Hermosa Group: Saturday Evenings. Taught by Al & Laura Sherwood,   308-440-8643 Contact them for information about meetings.


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