Small Groups

Experiencing life together

Why be a part of group?
The journey with Jesus is not a solo trek. We were created to experience life with other people and for other people. That’s why at Cornwall we encourage you to get into a small group.

What is a small group?
A small group is a group of 6-12 people who gather each week in a home, workplace, or online for a clearly identified and agreed to kingdom purpose. In a group you’ll hang out, study the Bible, pray together and look for ways to care for others and carry out what God’s calling your group to do.

How can I experience small groups?

Here are two good options.

The best way to experience a small group is to start one of your own by praying and then inviting people you already know. It’s simple! Just grab two or more friends, find a place to meet, and you’re just about good to go!

The other great way to come one of our Connection Events at our Bellingham Campus hosted 3 times a year. Check out our events calendar at EVENTS CALENDAR.
or reach out to one of our Small Group Pastors:

Bellingham Campus:
Pastor Bill at

Small Group Menu – Bellingham

Skagit Campus:
Pastor Bryon at


Sometimes we forget that faith has a starting point. Wondering about God, Jesus or the Bible? Starting Point is an eight-week long conversation exploring faith in a very safe, non-threatening environment.

Whether you are curious about God, new to faith, or coming back to church after some time away, Starting Point is a place where your opinions and beliefs are valued, and no question is off limits. As a result, you’ll experience a taste of what it’s like to be in community with others on a similar journey.

Childcare provided downstairs.

Cost      $10 total for the Starting Point Conversation Guide as well as a Bible . You can pay on the first night.

For questions or to sign up: visit our events page: or email:

Ready to dive in? Need help? Contact Bill Gilfillan, our Small Groups Director at
And, at our Skagit Campus, Contact Bryon Mengle at