Small Groups

Join a small group, so we can go through life together.

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First Hour Prayer
Mondays, 8-8:55AM

Be a part of a growing and committed circle that has found a powerful way to begin the week by joining together in prayer for our church, community, nation and world.

First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions and thanksgivings be made for everyone, for kings and all who are in high positions, so that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and dignity. This is right and is acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, who desires everyone to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth. 1 Timothy 2:1-4


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Around the Table
Mondays, 7PM

Around the Table – Current Study: Red Letter Revolution – What if Jesus really meant what he said?

As Christians we say Jesus’ words are a guide to a better way of living life. How seriously do we take them in our own life? What would it look like if we lived our lives based on the words of Jesus? Join us in a lively conversation as we discern what Jesus has to say to us through His “red letters” in the Bible and what He intended for our response to be. Upcoming contemporary topics include Family, Racism, Immigration, Civil Disobedience, War and Violence, and Reconciliation. We meet via Zoom. All welcome. Questions? Elizabeth Rabinowitz

Spiritual Growth Bible Study

Spiritual Growth

Tuesdays, 10AM

This study will look at the Hebrew Scriptures and the messianic promises and expectations and consider the stories and statements about Jesus contained in the New Testament. While there will be some continuity each class will stand on it’s own. Today we will look at

Genesis 12:1-4, 22:17-18, 28:13-15; 1 Chronicles17:1-14; Luke 1:26-32. 2:9-10

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Gospel of John Small Group

The Gospel of John

Tuesdays, 7:30PM

The Gospel of John Bible Study with Pastor Pfohl: Tuesdays at 7:30PM
Join Pastor Bill for as we study the Gospel of John. Click the Zoom link to join the conversation.

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Prayer Group

Contemplative Prayers
Wednesdays, 10:30AM

Join Rev. Maria-Pia for a quiet, peaceful pause in your day.
She will guide you through an opening prayer, simple instructions for centering prayer and then a period of silence. We’ll close with a short time of fellowship and checking in. No previous experience necessary. New participants are welcome!

Book Study

Bringing Down the Walls
First Wednesdays of the Month, 3PM

We’ve created a space that allows honest conversation and exploration around matters of race. We acknowledge many of us just haven’t had to grapple with these issues before. As tensions mount and the divide seems to grow, we look to Jesus as our model and hope, seeking to understand, giving voice to concerns and fears, and moving toward a transformative response. We’d love to have you join us. We meet at 3PM on the first Wednesday of the month via Zoom. Questions? Curious?

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Women’s Bible Study
Thursdays, 10AM

The Thursday morning Women’s Bible study is a great place to explore the Bible, ask questions, get answers and grow in faith. This group is filled with women of all ages, various backgrounds and different degrees of Biblical knowledge. There is a lot of interaction and discussion that leads to deeper levels of learning, spiritual growth and fresh perspectives. The women in this group have developed strong friendships and are now a solid support system for one another. The group routinely prays for one another and shares each other’s cares and concerns. It is always open and welcoming to new members.
If you have questions, email Deb Ahle at

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Vocal and Instrumental Music

Thursdays, 7PM

Jesse Lee Singers & Instrumentalists– We encourage all who want to make music to join us.  ALL singers, and we do mean ALL, are welcome. Whether you sing pop, classical, hip-hop, jazz, we are here for you and will find a way for you to raise your voice!

Whether you play the cello, drums, bass guitar, or bagpipes, we want you to make music with us at Jesse Lee! We are excited about any and all instrumentalists and will find ways for you to be involved, whether you’d like to play a solo, with singers, or in an instrumental ensemble. Please contact Director of Music Ministries, Sarah Fox, to collaborate on ways to play your instrument at Jesse Lee!

Wes Moore

Thursday Evenings in January – The Other Wes Moore Book Discussion
Thursday evenings, 7-8:15PM

Be a part of a four-week book discussion featuring the book The Other Wes Moore, by Wes Moore. Follow the lives of two fatherless, troubled black men who grew up only blocks apart, yet followed vastly different paths. What made the difference between success and heart-wrenching loss?

This group has an ongoing desire to examine how our faith calls us to actively work toward racial justice and explore ways to foster a more equitable and inclusive environment among all God’s people. We are excited to have new participants join us.

Thursday evenings, 7:00-8:15PM via Zoom; January 7, 14, 21 and 28. Discussion led by Carole Stathis and Ginny Vreeland. Books are available at Books on the Common, Main Street, Ridgefield. Questions?

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Jesse Lee Church Men’s Breakfast

Saturday Mornings

Second Saturday 8–9AM
Join us the second Saturday of each month for a few minutes of social time, followed by a discussion on a bible-related topic from 8:20 – 9:00. 
First, third, forth, and fifth Saturdays are a social gathering from 8:30-9:00. Stop by for a few minutes and say hi to the gang, share news of the week, etc.

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Wired Word small group

Wired Word
Sundays, 11AM

Jesse Lee Church Adults join a lively discussion of current major events in the news that allows us to dig deep into how we can apply Scripture to a better understanding of what’s happening in the world today. Whether you just want to join us for particular topic or to be a part of an ongoing discussion of today’s events through a Scriptural lens, and we hope you’ll join us.

Leaders: Fran Head and Carl Ullman.

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