Q. How do I sign up for Rooted?
A. Visit our Welcome Center and fill out a Rooted Card.
Q. When does Rooted begin?
A. Throughout the year in 10 week intervals.
Q. How often do Rooted groups meet?
A. Once a week.
Q. Where do Rooted groups meet?
A. Most meet in peoples homes, some meet at the church building.
Q. What day and time do Rooted groups meet?
A. That is determined by the eligibility that you marked when you filled out a Rooted Card. The group facilitator will determine and set the time and location that works best for everyone.
Q. What if I put down the wrong eligibility by mistake?
A. We know that happens sometimes. In the event that you marked the wrong eligibility, or that your schedule has changed, we may add you to a different group to better suit your schedule.
Q. How big are Rooted Groups?
A. Groups vary in size from a minimum of 4 to a maximum of 12. You will find that most groups have around 8 people including the group facilitator(s).
Q. How long is the Rooted Program?
A. Rooted is a 10-week program.
Q. What happens after the 10-weeks of Rooted?
A. Your groups will transition into becoming a ReGroup or you will be asked to join a ReGroup that has already been established.
Q. How much does Rooted cost?
A. There is a $15.00 fee for the Rooted book.
Q. If my spouse and I are doing Rooted together, do we both need to buy a book?
A. It is recommended that every participant purchase a book. There is reading for each day as well as a series of questions over the reading. Also, each day the book asks to write down a prayer and gives you the space to do so.
Q. When do we pay for the book(s)?
A. When convenient we ask that you give cash or check to your group leader.
Q. What if we can’t afford a book?
A. We do not want the cost of a book to prohibit someone from joining the rooted program. If you truly can’t afford a book, all that we ask is you speak to your group leader.
Q. I don’t think I can join a group right now, will Rooted ever be offered again?
A. Yes. Rooted will be offered every 10 weeks as long as we have enough people to form at least one group (4 to 12 people).