Small Groups

Why should I attend a Small Group? Small groups exist to help us grow in maturity in our relationship with God and others. Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 says, Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: if one falls down, his friend can help him up.

What is a Small Group? A small group is typically made up of six to twelve people who meet regularly during the week to share their lives, support one another, and study Biblical truths. Each group has a host and a leader (or one person may host and lead). Groups meet at the church and in homes. Our goal is to accommodate the different needs of those in our church by offering a variety of group options.

What do Small Groups do? This can vary from group to group, but most groups have a time of fellowship, prayer, Bible or book study, discussion, and life application. Not all groups study the same thing. Some discuss the pastor's message by using the sermon notes, some read and study books about Christian living, and others study books of the Bible.

How do I find a Small Group? Look through our directory in the above attachment and find a group or two that suits your schedule and interests.  Then contact the leader to receive location information and other group details. Hopefully, you'll feel right at home with the first group you visit, but you may want to visit several groups before you find the group that's right for you. You can also call or email Clairemont Emmanuel Small Group leaders Sean Hibbs at 619-920-4196 to find group that fits you.

Can I lead a group? We are always looking for new leaders to help start new groups.  If you are interested in starting a group, please call Sean.

 Small groups exist to help us grow in maturity in our relationship with God and others.

Sunday School classes

Level 7 Youth Junior High: 10:30am on Level 7(meet at the Sanctuary and walk down with the Junior High Group). Contact Zach Boyer.

Elementary Age: 10:30am at various locations. Contact Susan Robinson.

Koinonia| Studying 10 Commandments. 10:45am in 2C. Contact Dave Redelings.

Philathians (Bible books, History, topical studies): 10:45am in 2E. Contact Bill Reeves.

Truth Seekers | Isaiah: A String of Pearls. 10:45am in 2B. Contact Ray Menegus.


Mid-Week at CEBC


Men's Bible Study: Tuesday mornings at 6:30am in Pastor Kenny's office. Contact Kenny Dodd.

Women's Bible Study: Tuesday nights at 6:30pm in Upper Room. Contact Lois Taylor.

Epic College Ministry: Tuesday nights at 7:30pm in 2F. Contact Nathan Edwards.


Men's Bible Study: Wednesday mornings at 6:30am in The Upper Room. Contact Nathan Robinson.

L7: Wednesday nights at 6:30pm on Level 7. Contact Zach Boyer.

AWANA: Wednesday nights at 6:00pm on the Lower Level. Contact Tim Hulbert.


Women's Bible Study: Thursday mornings at 9am in the Upper Room. Contact Sumer Hahn.


Men's Prayer Breakfast: Saturday morning at 7am in Fellowship Hall. Contact Byron Harrold.


Home Fellowship


Fellowship & Devotion: Every other Sunday at 6pm @ Hoech/Warren homes. Contact David Warren or Justin Hoech. (adult couples)

Young Marrieds Bible study: Every other Sunday at 6pm in various homes. Contact Ben Adams (young couples)

Bible study: Mondays at 7:00 @ Dodd home. Contact Cathy Dodd. (women)

Christian book study: Last Tuesday of month at 7pm @ Dodd home. Contact Kenny Dodd. (all are welcome)

Bible or Christian book study: Thursdays at 7pm @ Pearce home. Contact Neal Gibsen. (adults)


Sermon Notes: Thursdays at 7pm @ Throckmorton home. Contact Hal & Ann Throckmorton. (adults)


Fellowship, Dinner, & Topical Study: 1st & 3rd Monday at 6pm @ Buckels home. Contact Bill & Barb Reeves. (adults)

Sermon Notes: Friday nights at 7pm @ Morgan home. Contact John & Roberta Morgan. (adults)


Bible study: 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm @ Redelings home. Contact Cherie Redelings. (women)