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Small Groups

Small Groups

Small Groups are the relational heart of the Church - it’s where people connect, share life and grow together.

Small Group consist of approximately 10-20 people who meet together on a regular basis around a shared interest or passion and are designed to help everyone in the Church, across every congregation to discover what God has put inside each one of us so that we live fruitful, effective lives for Him.

If you’re new to Church or would like to get to know some more people, joining a Small Group is a great place to start. Check out which Small Groups are happening and when below and sign up today!

Small Group FAQs

What happens at a Small Group?
Every group is different. Whether hanging off a climbing wall, going for a coffee with friends or helping the homeless, each Small Group is a place to bring people together so that they can connect, relate and grow with others in the life of the Church. To help make it easier to find the right Small Group for you, we’ve put each group into one of the following categories:

  • Connect - Church, but on a small scale! These groups are for people who want to develop deeper relationships with others of a similar life stage or passion.
  • Community - Based around a particular outreach, event or activity, these Small Groups have a more missional focus and outlook.
  • Equip - If you want to go deeper with God and with others we have a number of groups that meet to pray, study the Word and grow together.

Where and what time do Small Groups meet?
Our Small Groups meet on different days throughout the week and at various times so there’s bound to be one that fits in with your schedule. Most meet in homes but some, that are based around particular interests or activities, meet elsewhere. Check with the Small Group leader for specific details of the group you’re interested in joining.

Are Small Groups just for people in the Church?
Anyone can join a Small Group, you don’t have to be a member of the Church and they are a great opportunity to bring along unsaved friends and family so that they can connect with others in the Church and find out who we are and what we believe. Each group aims to have a missional focus as we reach out to those in our towns and communities - so why not think about who you could bring along with you!

How do I sign up?
If you’re already part of a Small Group or would like to join a different one then we have a Sign Up Sunday at the start of each Small Group season where you can chat to the Small Group leaders and find a group that suits you. You can also sign up to a group at any point online.

I’d like to join more than one Small Group - is that possible?
Yes, feel free to sign up for any Small Group you’d like to regularly attend. We recommend that you only sign up for a maximum of 2 Small Groups.

What if I choose a group but don’t like it?
That’s fine - you don’t have to stay! The important thing is that you find a Small Group where you are able to connect, relate and grow in faith with the other people in the group. You are very welcome to try a few!

How long do the Small Groups run for?
We have 3 Small Group seasons each year which are usually 10-12 weeks long; one from the end of January to March; one from mid April - mid July and the other from the end of September to mid December. We hold Sign-Up Sundays at the beginning of each season for you to find out what’s happening and choose which group you’d like to be a part of.

If you have any other questions about Small Groups please speak to your Small Groups’ Coordinator, Andrew Boyd or email:

Financial Freedom


The Financial Freedom course aims to eradicate the world’s financial wisdom and replace it with biblical teaching. This 6 week course instils the importance of our tithe, how we can steward all that God gives us and teaches us how to demolish debt, budget and save for both the short and long term.

Rather than run the group as a regular fixture, we start when it's needed and can be flexible around which day of the week we run.  If you'd like to join the group or would like more information, please get in touch.

Small Group Leader: Jon Elliott

Meets on various days at 7:45pm

First Steps


First Steps is an 8 week discipleship course for people taking their first steps into a relationship with Jesus. We look at topics such as- how to pray and hear God, where do I start with the Bible? who is the Holy Spirit? why is Church important? and what does it mean to be a "new creation"? - Whilst getting to know other people who are at a similar place in their faith journey.

First steps is for anyone who has questions about the fundamentals of christianity and who wants to get to know Jesus better, whether you've just finished an Alpha course, have recently become a Christian or are coming back to God after a long time.

There's a booklet that covers each topic that we read at home in the week, before meeting together weekly in groups of 4-6 to reflect upon and put into practice some of what we learned.  

Groups are run throughout the year, please get in touch to find out when the next group is starting and how you can sign up.

Small Group Leader: First Steps Team

Meets weekly on various days

Ladies Who Chat & Pray


Get together in person with a group of friendly ladies over a cup of coffee to chat and pray… 

Ladies Who Chat and Pray meets in person and is hosted by Wendy Mason on Wednesdays. We meet every other week, at 10.30am in Goring by Sea.

Ladies Who Chat and Pray is a relaxed and friendly chance to catch up, make new friends and pray over a cuppa. We're currently studying Mark's gospel, and praying especially for Ukraine.

Please contact Wendy Mason on 

Look forward to seeing you then!

Small Group Leader: Wendy Mason

Meets fortnightly on Wednesdays at 10:30am

Mission Group


A hub for people with a heart for mission who want to reach out to people who do not know Jesus. We want to put our faith into practice in our communities and live out godly values in society.

We recognise and celebrate the different ways in which we are already reaching out, and come together to encourage and equip one other to grow.

We are also here to work together to empower our congregation. We share opportunities and new ideas, and aim to be on the front foot to make them happen.

We stay in contact in different ways and meet up when appropriate to plan and organise ways of reaching out.



Small Group Leader: Kai Vollprecht

Meets on various days

New People's Group


New to Kingdom Faith Worthing? Then our New People’s Group is for you! We welcome all who are keen to find out more about joining the church. 

We want to encourage you in every way and help you take the next step in your journey with the Lord. 

The group is friendly and affirming and offers an introduction to who Kingdom Faith is, what we believe and what are our values. We’d love to help you get involved and feel part of the wider church family. 

The New People’s Group is headed up by Richard and Sharon Boardman. To get in touch, please send your name and contact details to

Small Group Leader: Richard and Sharon Boardman

Meets weekly

Overseas Missions Prayer


This Small Group meets to pray for our overseas workers who are currently serving in a number of countries around the world. We pray to support them with their needs and to see the Gospel touch many lives and fulfil the Great Commission.  We are currently meeting every other week over Zoom from 1 - 2:30 on a Wednesday where we're joined by one or two of our overseas workers to share with us what God has been doing with the people they are reaching, as well as time to pray for them and others we are supporting.

As the guidelines change we will move back to meeting together for lunch at 12 before praying together from 1pm.  
If you would like to join us or would like more information, please get in touch.



Small Group Leader: Linda Cleland

Meets fortnightly on Wednesdays at 12pm

People of Worship


It’s time to release a sound of resounding praise! As we raise God's banner high, we should also be raising a sound! We will be meeting to intercede in worship and step into the calling God has upon us to be a people of worship.

People of Worship will meet once a month in Broadwater at 7.30pm. There will also be opportunities to get involved in wider church settings.

For more details, contact Rory Innerd via email:

Small Group Leader: Rory Innerd

Meets monthly on various days at 7:30pm
Broadwater, Worthing

Pure Desire - Conquer Groups For Men


If you're struggling with unwanted sexual behaviour, these Pure Desire groups are a safe place for you to find hope and healing. In this group we use the Conquer Series - an 11 week video based course that gives an introduction to understanding the strongholds that keep men in bondage, the neurochemistry of addiction and weapons and strategies of God to overcome unwanted sexual behaviour and live clean and free lives.

This is not a battle we should try to win alone. We need community. Come and join other men and stand shoulder to shoulder to see sexual addiction broken.

This group is also for men who do not struggle in this area but want to be better equipped to help others as well as being discipled and challenged in other areas of their lives. 

Groups are completely confidential from sign up to completion. If you are interested, please call or email Colin Squires. He's the only one who will see your email and will discuss potential next steps with you, again with strictest confidence.   

Small Group Leader: Various

Meets weekly on various days

Song of Songs Online Small Group


This group hosted by Jane Urquhart is going through the Bible book Song of Songs (also known as Song of Solomon). Taking a fresh chapter each Sunday, the group will run from May 1 and throughout June and will take place over Zoom. Jane writes: 'We will use the Passion translation as well as your Bible. As we study each chapter we will encounter the love that Jesus has for us, His bride.  In between weeks, we will meditate on what He shows us and give Him space to overwhelm us and let our roots go deep into His marvellous love! Please do get in touch if you would like any more details.'

Small Group Leader: Jane Urquhart

Meets weekly on Sundays at 8pm

The Bereavement Journey


Bereavement can impact hugely and affect all areas of life. Developed at Holy Trinity Brompton and appreciated by thousands of people over 20 years, The Bereavement Journey is for anyone who has been bereaved at any time and in any way. By means of a series of films and discussion groups the course gently guides bereaved people through the most common aspects of grief, enabling them to process the implications for themselves and discern next steps.

The Bereavement Journey is a 6 week course that runs regularly throughout the year, either over Zoom or in person.  The groups are very relaxed and create a space for you to share, listen and process. The groups are facilitated by people who themselves have gone through bereavement.

If you would like more information or would like to sign up for the next course, please get in touch.

Small Group Leader: The Bereavement Journey Team

Meets weekly
Currently over Zoom

The Man Who Makes a Difference


Calling all me who want to learn and grow together to become men who make a positive difference in the home, the family, the workplace, the church – and beyond!

Led by Pastor Jonathon Dyke and Richard Boardman, The Man Who Makes a Difference meets twice a month at 7:30pm on a Tuesday evening. We're enoying spending time together, going through a really practical and inspiring seven-session study from the book of Ephesians in the Bible.

We really look forward to welcoming any men who want to discover some answers and apply some amazing principles from the Bible in our everyday lives.

To find out more, please contact:

Small Group Leader: Pastor Jonathon Dyke and Richard Boardman

Meets fortnightly on Tuesdays at 7:30pm
3, Meadow Way Littlehampton, BN176BW

Together in Prayer


Simply said: we meet up to pray! To pray for each other, to pray for our families, our town and whatever else is on our heart. Alongside this, we connect with one another, socialising, strengthening each other, and having fun!

We pray together, because together makes us stronger. We would love you to say 'Hi' and join us! We meet every week on a Wednesday evening.

Together in Prayer is hosted by Monika Heaton and Jan. To find out more, please contact:

Small Group Leader: Monika and Jan

Meets weekly on Wednesdays at 7:30pm

Visiting Team


Do you have a heart for people? Then how about joining our Visiting Team?

We visit church members and others who are unable to get along to meetings. The aim is to stay in touch, pray with them, perhaps break bread, and be a friendly face.

Having a team means we can make sure people don’t miss out, and we can space out our visits to make the best use of our time. The team will meet occasionally to touch base and provide encouragement and support.

Terry Howard is the team leader. Please get in touch on

Small Group Leader: Terry Howard

Meets on various days