KOINONIA GROUPS 2019-2020

 

What are Koinonia Groups (KG’s)?

Koinonia Groups (or “KG’s”) are places where we can grow in small pockets of community within Hope Presbyterian Church of San Diego. The main purpose of these groups is so that people can grow spiritually through settings of smaller groups. Each Koinonia Group seeks to learn about God through the Bible or books that break down specific aspects of what the Bible teaches and how to apply His truths into our lives together.

Our theme going into year 2020 is 20/20 Vision: Through the Lens of Christ.

What is Koinonia?

Koinonia is the Greek word for “fellowship,” “sharing,” or “participation.”

When do KG’s meet?

Late September 2019 - May 2020

What should I expect?

This year, we will be going through the book of James. After your group finishes, you will go through material that your group desires to go through.

What do I need?

A journal Bible of the book of James. You can purchase them on Amazon (link) or at the Westminster Theological Bookstore for $3.99 + shipping (link).


CURRENT GROUPS

Mixed Adult and Young Adult Groups

  • Jim Shin | Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00 PM | Rancho Peñasquitos

  • David Song | Sundays, 5:00-7:00 PM | Rancho Peñasquitos

Adult Groups

Unavailable until spots open up

Young Adult Groups

  • Jonathan Yi | Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00 PM | Mira Mesa

Men’s Only Group

  • Amos Choi | Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 PM | Panera Bread in Mira Mesa

Women’s Only Group

  • Esther Yi | Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00 PM | Santee


FAQ

What if I don't like the KG I'm placed in? Am I able to check out another group?

We ask that you attend at least 3 meetings before you try to check out another KG. Once you've attended 3 meetings and feel that for whatever reason you do not want to be a part of the particular KG, please notify the group leader respectfully and feel free to check out another group that isn't filled to capacity.

Can I still join a KG even though I'm signing up late?

Yes, you can.

What happens when the group gets too big?

This is a good problem to have. When groups get too big to the point where intimacy is lost, then it's a good sign that the group needs to multiply.

For any further questions, please contact Pastor Amos Choi at amos.g.choi at gmail.com.