Connect with God, the church, and your purpose.
Do you believe God has uniquely created you with a purpose and plan? What if you heard God speak and you felt the love of Jesus in a profound way? Imagine yourself in a community of people who cared for you, listened to you and supported you. What if you stepped into the ROOTED journey and experienced personal transformation? Rooted is a catalyst for life change where discussion is held in a small group environment, creating a safe space for biblical exploration and practical learning experiences.
Thousands of people have been taken through ROOTED across the globe, and we believe God will use this curriculum as a tool to bring life change and transformation to the greater West Chester area.
Rooted is a 10-week journey for people in every stage of life, no matter where they are in their relationship with God. The weekly readings teach us what it means to be a disciple of Jesus through an experiential model built on foundational elements of Christianity such as Scripture, prayer, worship, generosity and service.
The Fall ROOTED will kick off on Sunday, September 20th at 7pm. Depending on demand and interest, we are hoping to offer a men's group, women's group, and a co-ed Zoom group. In addition to their weekly meeting time, the group will participate in three “experiences” outside of their usual group time:
*Like all of our current small groups, ROOTED groups will offer a hybrid of Zoom and in-person gatherings following the Pennsylvania restrictions and recommendations.
For more questions about ROOTED, see the FAQ below or email Rachel Short at email@example.com.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Rooted?
ROOTED is a 10-week discipleship program and a catalyst for life-change. It provokes questions and conversations and group experiences designed to give you a glimpse of your story in God’s story.
Where will my ROOTED group meet?
How do I register and what does it cost?
Is there childcare available?
What if I cannot make all ten weeks?
How will my ROOTED group be chosen?
Our staff and group leaders will prayerfully place participants into groups of about 8-14 people.*
What is the difference between ROOTED groups and a typical small group?
Are there scholarships available?
Can I facilitate a ROOTED group?
ROOTED Facilitators get a front row seat to something remarkable – God transforming lives. To become a ROOTED Facilitator, you must have gone through our 938 Leader Training and signed our leadership covenant. To join us at our next leader training, email our Director of Discipleship and Connections, Rachel Short, at firstname.lastname@example.org.