Fair are the meadows, fair are the woodlands, robed in the flowers of blooming spring; Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer; He makes our sorrowing spirit sing. "Beautiful Savior" author unknown
K-groups are a vital part of our ministry at Beautiful Savior. We want to do more than be a friendly church. We want to be a church of friends. K-groups are where those friendships are made.
The “K” in K-group stands for koinonia, a Greek word found regularly in Scripture. Koinonia means sharing. When you share your life with a community of fellow believers, we call that fellowship. St. John writes,
“We proclaim to you what we have seen and heard, so that you also may have fellowship (koinonia) with us. And our fellowship (koinonia) is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ.” (1 John 1:3).
When believers are united to God, they are inevitably united to one another also.
This is necessary. God did not design human beings to face life on their own. Instead, he intended for believers to be woven together in a community so that they might encourage one another as together they walk the often difficult path of life.