Interested in a Small Group?

One of the best ways to get connected at North Bay and to grow deeper in your faith is through a Small Group. Small Groups come in all shapes and sizes. Some focus on Bible Study, others involve just men or just women. But all Small Groups are made up of normal people who have found forgiveness in Jesus Christ & are seeking to grow in their faith. These groups often meet in homes and are places for prayer, Bible study, and living on mission.

Below you will see our current Small Groups. If you fill out the Small Group Form located below, we will do our best to find you a group that can fit your situation and help you grow!

Small Groups, Bible Studies, and Men’s & Women’s Groups

Current groups


  • 6:00 p.m. – Men’s Bible Study. Leader: Kelly Johnson


  • 8:30am – Women’s Bible Study. Leader: Alexis Bass.
  • 6:00 p.m. – Small Group. Leaders: Darin & Anna Lund
  • 6:30 p.m. – Men’s Group. Leaders: Joel Ransom & Rich Thomas


  • 9:30am – Women’s Bible Study. Leader: Anne Johnson
  • Evening – Men’s Bible Study. Leader: Sean Cummings


  • 6:30 a.m. – Men’s Bible Study. Leader: Tim Lindberg & Mike Coyle
  • 6:00 p.m. – Small Group. Leaders: Rich & Ann Thomas


  • 8:00 a.m. – Men’s Bible Study. Leader: Paul Slee & Aaron


  • Evening – Small Group. Leaders: Rich & Becky Johnsen

Other Groups

  • College Women Bible Study – Meets semi-regularly. Leader: Ann Thomas

  • Golden Heirs – A group that meets semi-regularly and is open to retirees and anyone over the age of 55. Leader(s): Glenn & Ann Johnson

small group session’s (Fall – Winter – Spring)

  • The Church resources Small Groups for three sessions: Fall, Winter and Spring.
  • During the Summer many Small Groups take a break, or continue to meet in an informal way.
  • Our small group Fall Session launches in September (2022), and is a great time to get connected to a group if you are not in one!


  • Gospel – A small group actively seeks to appropriate the power of the gospel in all areas of life, while resisting the temptation to move beyond the gospel to “deeper” stuff.

  • Community – A small group is a microcosm of the church, therefore a small group actively obeys the “one another’s” of Scripture: praying for one other, loving one another, confessing sins and bearing one another’s burdens.

  • Mission – A small group actively develops their missional imagination, discerning the needs of their community, seeking the good of the city, while also learning to creatively engage existing relationships with the truth of Jesus Christ in word & deed.

Small Group Form

Select Group