In view of the ongoing pandemic, we have suspended our CARE Group meetings in person. However, we continue meeting and opening more CARE Groups virtually. Click HERE to learn more.
IBC’s Small Group, known as CARE Group, as the name implies, is a place where we can “care” for one another. CARE is also an acronym that stands for the intention of our groups:
COMMUNITY… A group of people with a common interest that spurs one another on toward love and good deeds and accountability
AUTHENTICITY….. in a place where we can be real
RELATIONSHIP….. as we build/strengthen our relationship with one another and with God
EMPOWERMENT…. in order for us to become the kind of person that God wants us to be and do what He wants us to do
In CARE Groups, we build AUTHENTIC RELATIONSHIPS and EMPOWER people in the context of COMMUNITY.
Our typical CARE Group meetings last between 90 minutes to two hours. Groups meet once a week or twice a month. It is normally composed of a minimum of four people including a CARE Group Leader. Groups meet at the church, in host homes, in restaurants, in the workplace, or wherever the group prefers to gather.
We have CARE Groups for singles, women, teens, karate enthusiasts, Indian medical students, mixed group of men and women, etc.
If you want to be part of a CARE Group, contact us HERE [Subject: CARE Groups].