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Koinonia Fellowship Groups
Forming Bridges of Friendship and Faith
Koinonia Groups are small, self-formed fellowship groups of between 8 and 12 members that share a common interest and meet on a regular basis. They are one way to get a ‘small’ church experience in our ‘big’ church. Koinonia groups form out of a desire to connect with other people of faith for fun, fellowship, sharing, support, and a sense of intimate community. Tell us what you like to do, and we’ll help find a group for you.
The groups listed below have started and are looking for new members.Contact anyone listed below to join a group:
|| Linnea Rostek (
|| Ed & Marilyn Pierson (
|| Bob & Jan Varnon (
|| Cindy Barclay (
|| Mary Ann Leonard (
|Parents of Teenagers
|| Sue Kluchar (
| Young Families
|| Robin Polack (
|Hamlet Retirement Village
|| Karen Perry (
If you have your own idea for a group or would like help in finding a group for you, click here to fill out and submit an interest form to the Koinonia Ministry Team.
For more information about Koinonia, click here for the full brochure.
Questions? Call Elizabeth Goodin at 440.498.7494 or
Koinonia… Konnection, Karing, Kommitment, Kommunity, Konfidentiality
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Koinonia Groups - Faith, Fun, Fellowship
Koinonia Groups Forming Bridges of Friendship and Faith Koinonia Groups are small, self-formed fellowship groups of between 8 and 12 members that share a common interest and meet on a regular basis.... More