08 2014

Beta season is just around the corner!

This is a great opportunity  to help build community by becoming a leader!

 

What makes a good Beta Group leader?

Someone who loves God, and loves people, and wants to try out leading a Community Group. Never been a leader before? Beta Groups are the place to start! It’s a 7-week program, so you can try it out without feeling over-committed. 

 

What’s the difference between a Beta Group and a Community Group?

There are two major differences. First, Beta Groups have a temporary duration of seven weeks, while Community Groups are ongoing and meet as long as the group exists. Second, most if not all Beta Group attendees will be meeting one another for the first time, whereas Community Groups are established and people often join knowing other members. Beta Groups are a great way to meet new people in the city and serve others through providing community. 

 

To find more information about how to lead and see testimonies by people who’ve participated go to: redeemer.com/beta.

 



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The Critical Role of Imagination for Innovation
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Beta season is just around the corner!
 
HFNY’s Charity Bike Ride: Stewarding our possessions, time, relationships and legs
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Mercy’s impact – Nomination Month is coming!
 
Make a difference in a kid’s life as a mentor
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