SMALL GROUP off campus studies
One of the greatest opportunities that we have is to develop relationships with people around us.  Some of them we know, some of them we don’t know.  Each person is in your life because God has designed it that way.  
Here at Berea, we are consistently seeking ways that we can live life together!  Our Small Group Ministry gives us that opportunity.
In Home Small Group
[meal follows]
Pam Lawrence hosts a small group in her home. Everyone is welcome! We watch Gary Hambrick’s in depth bible study to follow along with Pastor John’s current sermon series. A meal is shared afterwards.
For more information and location, please contact Pam directly at 804-241-2772.
Prayer Meeting
Everyone is welcome!
We pray when there is nothing else we can do; Jesus wants us to pray before we do anything at all. ~ Oswald Chambers

Let’s join together on our knees as we seek God’s favor and direction for Berea.

Each TUESDAY, we will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary for one-hour of focused prayer.

Women’s Bible Study
[Women’s Ministry]
Women will meet in Beth Cooley’s home, located in Montpelier.
We will began an 10-week study of  “The Most Misunderstood Women of the Bible” by Mary DeMuth
Anyone interested can contact Beth by email at 
Men’s Bible Study
[Men’s Ministry]
Please join us for the Men’s Bible Study OFF CAMPUS at the Pickel Barrell each Thursday morning at 7AM. 
For more information, please contact our Pastor, John Baldwin, at

Each of us have a responsibility to share and each of us need an accountability partner.  There are many benefits to participating in a group – survival, better protection against predators and being with a group it better suited to bringing down large prey than those living in solitary.  You may think, I am referring to animals; however, this can apply to Christian living.  Are you up to the challenge – make a difference to one individual in your community (at work, in the neighborhood, at the gym or ballfield)

Start with one person and have a cup of coffee or a glass of lemonade and talk about Jesus.  Meet with them once a week or once every two weeks – then do something really crazy – invite another.

Why not start your: Village, Herd, Pride, Pack, Troop, Pod, Band, or a Tribe

Please contact our Small Groups Leader, Beth, at for more information.