Collision Small Groups

At the end of 2011 we asked for everyone’s opinions on what our ministry could do better and how we can serve the people who attend Collision. Overwhelmingly, we got the response that Collision felt like a family and you all wanted to have deeper relationships with the people around this community. This helped us shape some of the things that you’ll see over the next year.

At the end of February, we’re introducing Collision Small Groups as a way that you all can build those relationships and grow as disciples of Christ. God has called each of us to Impact the world around us. This is just one way that we can help sharpen and encourage each other as brothers and sisters in Christ.

Initially, there will be two Small Groups offered:

Daughters – (Girls Small Group)
This group will start meeting on Sunday February 26th at 7 p.m. For six weeks, this group will study what it means to grow through the struggles and challenges that we all go through as Christians. Erin Shipley will be leading the study at Columbus Coffee off of Bradley Park Drive.

Fight Club – (Guys Small Group)
Starting on Tuesday February 21st, the guys will be meeting at 9 p.m. at Matt Nestor’s home. Through this 6 week study, Matt will be leading this group in a discussion based study on the struggles we go through as Christians.

Each of these groups will only have 8 spots so that we can keep the groups small and effective. Our prayer is that over the six weeks, relationships will be made and people will feel better equipped for serving in the community.

If you’d like to sign up for one of these Small Groups, please visit the event table at Collision Coffee House on Thursday night or e-mail us at We’ll create additional Small Groups based on sign-ups over the next two weeks.

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    • About the Author
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    • Ryan Gutowski
    • Husband, Dad, artist and lover of the hot wing. Ryan and his wife Erin founded Collision in 2008 as a ministry for twentysomethings who felt left behind by the church. You can reach him at

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