What are Small Groups?

Small Groups are communities where deep relationships are formed and nurtured around the study of Scripture and care for one another. As we seek to live into the local, relational, and contextual value of the 20•20 Vision, we encourage you to join a group in your neighborhood. 

New Small Groups are formed as leaders are equipped to lead them. These groups are typically 8–16 people and commit to meeting together for at least a year. Each has a leader who is a member of the Bethany community and has received training. We post open groups below, and you are invited to email the leader directly if you want more information or would like to join. If you do not find a group that is a fit for you, check back in a month or so. Questions? Contact Amanda Burnett.

Open Small Groups


Men  |  Mondays, 7pm

The Stepping Up group is a small men's group within the Men of Bethany ministry. Its focus is on contemporary studies in men's issues around living for Christ in our relationships, our families, our friends, and our workplaces. The group is open to new members. Contact John Benny


Phinneywood  |  Tuesdays, 6:30pm

Are you looking to come alongside a group of women that will pray for you, grow spiritually and experience life with you, plus strive to encourage you? This group will be a mixture of study, service and food, committed to one another through fellowship and prayer. Contact Sally Gee


Fremont/Wallingford  |  Tuesdays, 7pm

We are all younger couples without kids who meet on Tuesday nights. We are working our way through Tim Keller's The Reason for God and loving it. We are still in our early stages as a group. Contact Shannon Balcom



Ballard  |  Tuesdays, 7pm

We are a new group that will be meeting each week to share a meal, study, pray, and serve the neighborhood. Our goals are to build meaningful friendships, help each other grow, and serve our community. We will be starting soon! Contact Jeff Olden

EastLake  |  Tuesdays, 7pm

We are a new coed group of mostly single professionals in our late 20s and 30s. Our focus is to build intentional community while talking about our faith and how it intersects with our day to day lives. We will eat together, discuss the sermon or other topic, and pray together. Contact Tino Quiroga

Wallingford  |  Wednesdays,  7pm


We're a group of married twenty-somethings meeting weekly to grow in our faith and friendships, currently studying Ephesians. We also get together outside of group times to hang out (e.g. BBQs). We'd love to welcome more couples (without children...yet!) to join our group. Contact Megan Whalin
 

Greenwood  |  Wednesdays, 6:30pm

We are a group of married couples and young families focused on finding time to fellowship with others in order to grow our spiritual lives, marriages, and have a good time. Our small group meets weekly to discuss a topic of mutual interest chosen by our members. We will share a potluck meal together once a quarter. Contact Phillip Baker 

Ravenna | Mondays, 7pm

This is a group for women in their 20's. Centered around a book or a topic we hope to build community and relationship to become a group that does life together – supporting, celebrating, challenging, and showing up for each other. Contact Megan Boon

PCEC Men  |  Thursdays

We are a men’s group that meets in houses around the North Seattle area. We generally start off with a brief chat, then wade into our study material. Once we’re done with going through the passage of Scripture we share what’s happening in our lives and some prayer requests. Contact Jonny Collins

Greenwood  |  Thursdays, 7pm

Our small group meets weekly for fellowship, study and prayer. Our goal is to build community as we learn what it means to love God and serve our neighbors. Study materials are decided collectively by the group. We have tea weekly and meet for a potluck meal quarterly. We look forward to meeting you! Contact Meghan Lyle

Ballard  |  Thursdays, 7pm

We are a group of Women in our late 20s and 30s who began meeting in April. We provide time and space to grow in friendship and faith as well as discussing sermon questions, study books, and sharing prayer requests. We will have BBQs and get together occasionally outside group times. Contact Jessica Collins

Small group leaders