Groups

Dan Litwiller

Small Groups Pastor

(260) 469-4444
dlitwiller@pccfw.org

Dan is the newest addition to the Pathway team, where he is putting his passion to work as PCC’s Small Groups Pastor. He believes small groups are the place where spiritual growth takes off, and he finds it a privilege to walk alongside people, listen to their stories, and encourage them as they take steps towards Jesus. Before landing in Fort Wayne, Dan led as a worship pastor in Illinois and Missouri for eleven years. For the last three years, he has been serving as a church-planting resident in Chicago and Baltimore. In his downtime, nothing makes Dan happier than a vintage sci-fi film and some Chinese takeout. (He even learned to roll his own sushi this year!) When he isn’t rolling the sushi, Dan loves spending time outdoors with his wife and three energetic little boys.

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PCC small groups help a large church feel small through intimate relationships that foster continual growth.

Small Groups

Small groups are designed to provide a consistent, ongoing opportunity to experience deeper connections with God and with others. They meet in homes, any time throughout the day, any day of the week. Find a group by clicking the button below. You can also search by group type below.

Married Groups

Groups for married couples at all stages of life.

Singles Groups

Groups specifically for single adults in various stages of life.

Men Groups

Groups for men of all ages, married or single.

Women Groups

Groups for women of all ages, married or single.

Mix It Up

Groups of men, women, married or single.
These groups value variety!

Study & Support

Men’s Bible Studies

Study groups for men of all ages, married or single. Groups gather multiple evenings and weekends. Topics range from authentic manhood to various books of the Bible.

Women's Bible Studies

Study groups for women of all ages, married or single. Groups meet multiple days & evenings, and discuss a variety of topics. Childcare may be available.

Support Groups

We host a variety of support groups throughout the week that can offer hope and healing in the midst of whatever circumstances you may be facing.

Connection Communities

Helping you be known and more deeply connected in our large weekend gatherings

Melonie Cawvey

Connection Communities Coordinator

(260) 469-4444
mcawvey@pccfw.org

Our vision for Connection Communities grew out of our desire to help people be known and to move into deeper community at Pathway. A Connection Community is people who connect weekly by sitting in the same section of the Worship Center. We know that it can be tough in a large weekend service to meet other people and get connected to Pathway, so this mid-size group helps to make our big church feel smaller!

When you enter our Worship Center for the first time you will notice four divided sections of chairs. The Saturday night service has two Connection Communities, the Sunday services each have four, and our Sunday 11 AM Venue is its own Connection Community. Every section of chairs has a Section Leader, who might greet you, will make you feel right at home, and answer any questions you might have. That will be your initial experience but there is so much more that makes Connection Communities our intentional strategy to help people connect at Pathway on the weekends.

Want to Join the Team?

Are you outgoing, and hospitable? Do you enjoy making others feel welcome? You might be the perfect fit on one of our Connection Teams!

Upcoming Section Parties

Sun 16

9am Blue Section Party

December 16 @ 10:30 am - 11:45 am
Sun 16

11am Blue Section Party

December 16 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Connection Community FAQ

HOW DO I JOIN A CONNECTION COMMUNITY?

There isn’t a formal process! Just sit wherever you’d like and introduce yourself to the section leader and team members. You’ll find a picture of your section leader on the card that awaits you on your seat. The section leaders and team members will be wearing lanyards that coordinate with the color on the card. If you’d rather sit somewhere else, you don’t have to “leave” your current section and “sign up” for the new section.

HOW DO I GET TO KNOW THOSE IN MY COMMUNITY?

Your section leaders and team members are eager to talk to you. They want to get to know you and help answers any questions you may have. You can take advantage of the time before and after service to get to know those sitting around you. We want you to get to know the other people in your section and begin developing meaningful relationships with them. Each sections will also have a quarterly party right after the service to provide another opportunity for people to interact and develop deeper relationships.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BEING PART OF MY CONNECTION COMMUNITY?

People will get to know the real you and love you wholeheartedly. You will develop real relationships with depth & meaning. Your section will help you stay on track and keep your faith growing. When you’re in need your section will support, encourage, & pray with you. You will find your place at Pathway Community Church and never feel lost in the crowd.

WHAT IF I DON’T WANT TO BE INVOLVED IN SECTIONS?

You don’t have to be! Sections are not forced community. We believe in the power of community and want our whole church to be a part of it, but you can choose the level of your involvement in the section you sit in.

Meet Our Connection Community Leaders

These friendly faces are ready to have a conversation with you! Go ahead, ask them anything. They’re eager to help you take your next step at Pathway.

Saturday, 5pm | Blue Community

Dan & Mickie

Sunday, 9am | Green Community

Bob

Sunday, 11am | Gold Community (Venue)

Livi

Saturday, 5pm | Green Community

Tug & Judie

Sunday, 9am | Orange Community

Rod & Brenda

Sunday, 11am | Green Community

Josh & Kayla

Sunday, 9am | Blue Community

Scott & Jolene

Sunday, 9am | Red Community

Zach & Lara

Sunday, 11am | Orange Community

Mike & April