Small Groups

Small Groups

Sep 30, 2021

How the Bible Actually Works

*GROUP CLOSED*Thanks for your interest! Since a big part of this one involves group discussion of some questions after the video content, we are limiting the size of this group to 20 people, and we have already reached that number of registrations. That being said, if you are interested in either being on a waiting list in case spaces open up for this round or in a possible future version of this group class, please let us know and leave…
Oct 2, 2021

Lectio Ladies

Please Note: This group switches between meeting via Zoom and meeting in person. Group Description: The focus of this women’s group is community, transformation and hearing God’s voice through the Spiritual Discipline called Lectio Divina (“Divine Reading” in Latin). Often, there is a theme to the scriptures used to meditate on as ladies journal together then share their personal experiences of hearing God through His Word with the others in the group. This group is facilitated by Shayna Metzner, and…
Oct 8, 2021

The Liminal Church of Ventura Enneagram Collective

PLEASE NOTE: This group will be meeting virtually until further notice, due to COVID-19. GROUP DESCRIPTION: The Enneagram is a powerful tool for personal and collective transformation. Stemming from the Greek words ennea (nine) and grammos (a written symbol), the nine-pointed Enneagram symbol represents nine distinct strategies for relating to the self, others and the world. Each Enneagram type has a different pattern of thinking, feeling and acting that arises from a deeper inner motivation or worldview. Learning about these patterns fosters greater…
Oct 20, 2021

A Letter to My Congregation Book Study

A place to have a conversation with the Bible, each other, and God regarding Liminal Church’s desire to be a welcoming and affirming church for everyone.  Perhaps you have questions, need resources, or have a story to share. Maybe you are wondering about those verses that seem to condemn same-sex relationships.  You will need to read the book, A Letter to My Congregation, by Ken Wilson. This book study will take place via Zoom.