small groups


Small Groups are the heartbeat of true Christian community.

They are about connection doing life together.

"...Encourage each other, and build one another up."  (1 Thessalonians 5:11)

"...Care for one another." (1 Corinthians 12:25)

Group consist of 8-18 adults who meet together regularly in homes or at the church to encourage each other, study God's Word together, and do life together.


When you go to a Small Group you can expect:

  • Community Time: Get to know each other over food and casual conversation.
  • Bible or Book Study: Get to know God and His Word through studying His Word, encouraging each other in our faith journey, and individual ministries.
  • Prayer: Bring our joys and needs to the Lord together, and watch for His provision.


We have a variety of Small Groups to choose from. If you'd like help getting connected, or more information about Groups, call or text Tim Pryor at 740-548-9777, or email us at

Adult Life Ministry Team Leader: Bob Berry



Navigators is a Small Group for adults of all ages. Navigators is a book study group, focusing on books about faith and Biblical themes. There is no childcare available at this study.

Group Leader: Mike Henkaline. Email Mike with questions or directions here.

Location: Gahanna

Date & Time: 2nd & 4th Sundays, 6:30-9:00pm


Muscato is a Small Group for adults of all ages. They are currently studying the book A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23, by W. Phillip Keller. 

There is no childcare available for this small group

Group Leader: Jim Westlake. Email Jim with any questions or for directions here.

Location: Clintonville

Date & Time: 1st & 3rd Fridays, 7:00-9:00pm


Mixed Blessings is a mature group of mostly couples, and some single people. They are welcoming, friendly, and enjoy fellowship and studying the Word of God.

There is no childcare available for this small group.

Group leader: Pat and Kathy Diamond. Email Kathy with any questions or for directions here.

Location: Westerville

Date & Time: 2nd & 4th Fridays


Join with The Table every Sunday evening at FaithCov from 6-7.30 for a time of study, discussion, and living life together. You an find out more about this Small Group by emailing Pastor Harlan Henderson, or by clicking here.


Join with the Young Adults of FaithCov the third Saturday of each month. This Autumn they are following along with the all-church series Until Unity; utilizing both the book and the video series. You can find more information about this Small Group by emailing Cody Thomas here.

women ministries

The Book of Esther

January 9-March 13

(every other Monday evening, 6.30-8.00p)

Have you ever wondered where the expression “You were made for this” came from? It comes from the book of Esther and that story is just one example of God’s total sovereignty over human history and events.

Spend 10 weeks discussing what Esther says, what it means, and how it applies to us today. God gave Esther a destiny. Esther lived it.

Come and see what God has in store for you in the book of Esther!

For more information, please contact Beth Chilcoat, Sarah Wyglendowski, or Kristie Kindron.

Men's ministry

The Book of Colossians

Starting January 14 at 9.00a

in the Welcome Center

The Ironmen will be studying the book of Colossians for the winter session. Paul’s letter to the Colossians was written to address issues and to encourage the church at Colossae; but it also has many challenges for us. We will be using Louie Giglio’s video series on RightNow Media. The link for the trailer of the series is below:

There is no Zoom link for this session, it will be in-person only.

We look forward to being with you.  

For questions or concerns about the Men's Life Group, contact Dave Tomashewski at: (614) 515-1550 or

About the Men's Ministry Group

The Men's Ministry at FaithCov is dedicated to helping men chase after God in faith, action, and mind. They often lead improvement projects around the church, as well as undertake the immense job of putting the Christmas lights on our Community Christmas Tree and church building, and helping older church members with difficult home projects.