Clusters at Rising Brook are the place where we find community and a sense of mission. They are groups of varying sizes each with it's own identity and vision. The clusters provide a safe place for us to invite our unchurched friends and family to.
Within each of these clusters are small groups which meet to go deeper with God and with each other; a safe place to grow and develop as a christian.
|– for families – a place to make friends and journey together. Tim and Wendy Herriott.|
|– a bunch of people seeking to support each other through rough times and good times. Jane and Andy Richards.|
|– where mums and dads can share life and pray together with or without the tots. Faye Wyatt.|
|– community of people supporting and encouraging each other, and offering hospitality to newcomers. Ken and Sue Down, David and Fiona Rees, Dave and Rosemary Woodward.|
– a new cluster offering fun and friendship. Nicki Eyton-Jones & Jeanine Pilling
|– for people of all ages living in Gnosall and surrounding villages to grow friendships. Claire Jones, Megan Lowe.|
|– community of people with learning difficulties meeting weekly for fun and friendship. Sandy Long.|
|– for those available during the day. Sixty minutes of companionship, inspiration, prayer and worship. Tom Johnson, Bob and Nadia Kimberley, Keith Boulton, Ann Jenkins, Carlos Harris.|
|– a cluster for young professionals, students and people with young children. Nick & Katherine Riley.|
|– gathers together all those who run their own business. Grace Marshall.|
|– open to anyone with a heart for justice. Deb & Michael Tonks.|
|– young adults and students who want to journey together. Steve Graham.|
|– a community of people who keep fit together. Julie Ashford.|
|– creating community through fun, food and friendship. Chris and Gill Stone.|
|– for parents of teenagers - to support, teach, pray and have fun together. Mark Corson, Sam Phillips.|
– is a new cluster just for women! Bev Young and Gaynor Hancock
For more information about clusters and groups, contact Ali Summers.
Understanding clusters and small groups
Clusters and small groups are at the heart of church life at Rising Brook, but what are they and how do they work? Find out more here. (Author: Ali Summers)