Small Groups


Why Join a Small Group?

Here at Indy Vineyard we desire for you to get plugged in and connected with other believers.  We believe transformation happens in these smaller settings. Find one in your area or on a topic that interests you and get plugged in now!


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Monday Groups

John & Betsy Potts Zoom Group

Follows the sermon series teaching & questions

Monday 7:00PM | Meets online via Zoom


Liann & Corey Senich Group

Follows the sermon series teaching and questions

Monday 7:30PM | Meets @ Indy Vineyard

Tuesday Groups

David & Delana Bradbury Group

Studying the 5 Love Languages

Tuesday 7PM | Meets @ Indy Vineyard

Wednesday Groups

Jeff & Julie Stoner Zoom Group

Discusses becoming aware of God's presence

Wednesday 6:30PM | Meets online via Zoom


John & Nancy Rigstad Group

Discusses lessons from current God encounters

Wednesday 7PM | Meets in Castleton Area



Ian Wray & Rachael Palmer Group

Young adults studying the book of 1 Corinthians

Wednesday 7PM | Meets in Fall Creek Area



Thursday Groups

Jim & Darla Steffens Group

Follows the sermon series teaching & questions

Thursday 7:00PM | Meets online via Zoom

Saturday & Sunday Groups

Michael & Carrie Holmes Group

Book study of Unpunishable by Danny Silk

Saturday 7PM | Meets in Lawrence


Alain & Linda Picard Group

Follows the sermon series teaching and questions

Sunday 6:30PM | Meets in Fishers

Common Questions

What happens in a Group?


Each group is different in what they do You’ve probably been part of a Group before, and didn’t even realize it! A Group looks like friends at lunch, teams playing basketball, or people studying a book or topic of interest. At its core, a circle is a small gathering of people circling up! Honestly, it’s less about what you do and more about who you do it with. By joining a Circle, you can expect to connect with others through a common activity, engage in life giving conversation and even be able to request prayer.


How often does a Group meet?

Groups meet once a week, but they start and stop several times throughout the year for different semesters. This gives leaders a chance to take a break, and gives you a chance to find a new group and meet some new friends if you’d like. Group are meant to bring meaning and community into the flow of your life, so even if you can’t join every week, there is still great value in joining a Group.


How long does a typical Group stay together?

Most Groups meet for one semester, which is usually somewhere between 8 and 11 weeks. This way, new people can join Group easily and regularly. Some groups have been together for several years, and others are brand new. Each group launch we will communicate which groups are newer as those are often great groups to get started in community with! Also, the semester format allows you to try multiple groups each year. As relationships form, most groups choose to stay together for consecutive semesters, but new members are always welcome.


Is childcare available?

Childcare varies from Group to Group. When you search the directory, each listing will indicate if childcare is available for that particular circle.


But...what if I don’t like the first Group I try?

Well...you’re stuck. Of course we’re kidding! The truth is, not everyone will find the best fit with the first group they try. This is why we encourage you to find a few groups that interest you, contact the leaders and try out a couple before settling on the best one for you. The simple strategy to finding success in groups is to not give up. We believe there is a group that is right for everyone—including you!


What steps are being taken to ensure safety within Group?

Group will adhere to all Social Distancing guidelines suggested by the CDC and local government. Group meetings will adhere to six feet social distancing guidelines. Masks are highly recommended and we will limit the number of items being passed out. Our team will be adhering to local and federal guidelines, so see your local government recommendations for further clarification.