What are SaLT Groups?
S.a.L.T. Group: Stands for “Serving and Learning Together.” A smaller group of people gathering on a regular basis for the purpose of growing with one another, caring for one another, serving one another, and reaching the other. Salt groups are the place where you find spiritual growth happens best, practical needs being met, and meaningful relationships being built.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should I be in a S.a.L.T. Group?
- Everyone needs relationships, and relationships are good!
- Spiritual growth happens best in a small group.
- Needs can be made known and met.
- It’s the main way to get plugged in with people and opportunities at Northbrook.
- Just plain fun.
How do I join a S.a.L.T. Group?
Fill out a yellow Connection Card and mark your interest in SaLT Groups on the back, put it in the Offering box at the back of the Big room or stop by the Connection Center. A leader will be glad to contact you with more information.
How do I choose a S.a.L.T. Group?
You can choose a group by its location, time of meeting, or both.
Whatever makes you most comfortable, or fits your schedule and needs, should help you choose. Our groups are made up of a variety of ages and seasons of life. We have groups of young and old, singles and married, lots of kids, no kids, or empty-nesters. Whatever stage of life you're in, you'll be sure to find a group to share your journey.
Can I try out more than one group?
Sure! Keep trying until you find one that fits!
What if I don’t see a group that works for me?
What do I do with my children?
Each SaLT Group takes care of it’s own childcare. There is no childcare provided by the church during SaLT Group gatherings.
Pepper groups are typically gender based, or they cover a specific Bible study topic. These groups vary depending the time of year, so be sure to check the church Calendar page and the Sunday bulletin for details.