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Small Groups


A small group is a great place to get to know other folk, a place to care and be cared for. Enjoy studying the Bible and appreciate the fellowship.

Our small groups meet at various times and places around Caloundra and you’re welcome to attend. Please contact the small group host or leader before you attend, to find out about meeting times and places as they sometimes change.

For information about where the groups meet, contact the church office or pick up a Small Group Guide in the church foyer.

Small Groups Guide

  • In the table below, the suburb may be indicative only as meeting venues often vary for some groups as group members share the hosting role among themselves.

  • The small groups shown in blue below, are unable to accept newcomers at this stage. 

  • Our Small Groups meet at various times and places around Caloundra and you’re welcome to attend. It’s best to make contact before you attend to find out things such as; meeting times and places, (not all groups meet at the home of the host); maybe some simple directions and what the group might be studying that week.

Small Group Details
Sunday3.30pm  Dicky Beach (at Church Building) Roger Hammond: 0413 451 515
Tuesday9.30am  Little Mountain. Ladies Know Your Bible (KYB) Group.  Joyce Deacon: 5491 9423

6.30pm  Golden Beach    Maurie Simpson: 5492 3260

4.00pm  Little Mountain    Scott Grimley: 5491 7721

7.00pm  Aroona    Alan Sims: 5491 7224

7.00pm  Golden Beach    Barry Howe: 5492 2603
Wednesday1.30pm  Caloundra A Ladies Know Your Bible (KYB) Group.  Val Redman: 5492 1397

7.00pm  Currimundi    John Wells: 5491 3431
Thursday2.30pm  Caloundra    Gil Cullen: 5492 8041
Friday9.30am Little Mountain    Ros Durey: 5445 8954

One of the best ways to experience a sense of belonging and connecting with others is to join one of our small groups.

Why join a small group?

better-togetherWhile it’s important to attend one of our Sunday worship services (that’s your big group), involvement in a small group is one of the best ways to get connected and to grow spiritually. This is where you’ll live life side by side with others, sharing trials and celebrating triumphs. In a small group, you’ll learn how to live the truths of the Bible and put them to action in your daily experiences with others who are often going through similar life challenges to you. You will encourage and support each other, and as you share your ups and downs, you will experience a sense of accountability.

Coffee Groups

Coffee groups provide a great opportunity for fellowship and shared community for  men and women of the church. There is a coffee group meeting somewhere each week, and you’re very welcome to attend. A brochure is available in the church building foyer, or you could contact the church office for details.