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Anchor groups are small home groups that promote healthy Christian relationships, Bible study, and evangelism.


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The Anchor Groups meet weekly to study God's Word, be encouraged by others and plan ways to reach out to our neighbors. We strive to connect with each other in spiritual community.


An Anchor Group is a group of eight to fifteen adults and their children that meet on a regular basis to glorify God, build relationships, develop leadership and motivate each other to grow in faith. It provides a safe place for meaningful discussion and motivation while encouraging relationships and spiritual growth.


2016 Anchor Groups

Winter 2016: Beginning the week of 17 January


Terry Dillon @ The Outreach Center
Topic: “Creation vs. Evolution” DVD Study
Time: Wednesdays 6:30pm

Contact: 330/454-6698


Linda Blackwell/D. Gardiner @ L. Blackwell’s

(Ladies Only Group)
Topic: TBD
Time: Sundays 6:00pm

Contact: 330/880-0002

Tim & Linda Keith @ The Keith’s
Topic: "The God I Never New" (A Holy Spirit study), DVD Study
Time: Sundays 6:00pm

Contact: 330/875-7283




Cornerstone @ The Grubbs
Topic: TBD

Time: Sundays 6:30pm

Contact: 330/280-4003


Larry & Tara Morris @ Rotating (see Larry)
Topic: “Luke/Acts”
Time: Sundays 5:00pm

Contact: 330/296-5499


Small Group @ Outreach Center
Topic: “Bible Study”
Time: Sundays 5:00pm

Contact: 330/875-1673
Sign-up sheets & more info in the foyer hallway!



- I will keep what I see and hear in the group confidential.
- I will always tell the truth whenever I speak to the group.
- I will accept each member of the group unconditionally.
- I will not impose my will or my judgement on any other member of the group.
- I will be loyal in attending scheduled meetings of the group.



- A spiritual resource to achieve intimacy and closeness
- A resource for spiritual enrichment
- A source to be truthful and honest
- Not to minimize sin, but to maximize grace and forgiveness.
- Encouragement and prayer from others.


Why should I join?
- It is the best way to connect with others at Louisville.
- To build authentic relationships which God designed us for (to be known, accepted and loved).
- To become more like Jesus.
- It is the best way to give and receive care and support.
- Anchor Groups are a natural place to bring your friends who do not know Christ.


When can I join?
- You can join most Anchor Groups anytime throughout the year.


How do I join?
- Contact Tim Keith  
- Check the lobby and bulletin boards for brochures and listings
- Ask people you know about their group