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Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.   - 1 Thessalonians 5:11

One of the best ways to build relationships and strengthen your connection with church life is to serve along side one another. Join us this week!


Why A Small Group For Me?


Life is hard. It’s just true. It can go along pretty well for months and even years, and then suddenly, unpredictably, and unexpectedly, it begins to unravel or just plain fall apart. Our Lord knows that, and so His design for us is to live out our faith and our lives in fellowship with one another … in close relationship with one another, caring for each other and building each other up. That’s a bit hard to do on Sunday morning. A small group is designed to give you a place to be in close friendship with a few other Christians. It’s a place where you can develop a Christian friend that you can call without hesitation at 2:00 in the morning.


What do small groups do? Well, they set aside some regular time to do four things:


  • Study God’s word together
  • Care for each other
  • Pray together
  • Serve together


Have questions? Contact the Venture Church office by phone at (623) 466-6807 or by Email.



COLLEGE AGE - Bible Study

Group Leaders - Eric Trent, Caleb Storaci and John Popka

Wednesday Evenings: 6:30PM - 8:30PM

Suite #9

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Open to all college age men and women

Bring your Bible and enjoy some pizza and a great time of fellowship together.



venture Life - Bible Study

Group Leader - Ken and Karen Conditt

Sunday Evenings: 5:30PM

Suite #9

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Open to all men and women 18 years and older

Life can be a tough journey at times, but God's Perfect Love is the comfort that keeps us going. Join us each week as we review notes from Sunday sermons, share stories, support and love each other through God.



THE BOOK OF ACTS - Bible Study

Group Leader - Ken Saathoff

Friday Evenings: 7:00PM

Suite #9

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Open to all men and women 18 years and older

Then Philip ran up to the chariot and heard the man reading Isaiah the prophet. “Do you understand what you are reading?” Philip asked. “How can I,” he said, “unless someone explains it to me?” So he invited Philip to come up and sit with him.

- Acts 8:30 -31