Northcliffe Groups
Christian Life Development Groups (CLD Groups)
CLD Groups are opportunities for us to be challenged to grow in our walk with Christ in a safe place. These groups come together to edify one another through the in-depth study of God’s word through a variety of study topics, methods, and directions. The goal of these groups is for us to have a better understanding of God, how He is acting in our world, how He is acting in our lives, what He desires from us, and how we can better understand ourselves.
Our goal in every CLD Group is that we will grow closer to God and to who He desires us to be.
“E-Mail From Jesus

Leader:Pastor Jerry Waugh

When: Wednesdays at 11 AM – Noon.

Location: Family Life Center

Cost: None. Study notes provided
A seven week verse by verse study of the seven letters Jesus sent in the second and third chapters of Revelation.
Jonah: A Big God Story
Leader: Pastor Jerry Waugh
When: Wednesdays, 6:30 PM
Dates: October 23 – November 20, 2019
Location: Building D, Room 7
Cost: None
The story of Jonah is really a story about all of us.  Each of us can look at times in our lives where we have attempted to run from what God wanted us to do.  And what many of us runners discover is while we can run from God, we can’t outrun God!  In this series, we will rediscover the epic grace of God for each of our lives.  In this five part series, we will see our stubbornness and the grace of the God of second chances for our lives.  Spoiler Alert: The book of Jonah is not really just about the fish. 
Amos (Men’s Bible Study)
Leader: John Graham
When: Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Location: Building D, Room 1
Cost: None
Gather together with a group of men who are coming together around the book of Amos as we dig into this prophetic book and discover how we can pursue God in meaningful ways in our daily lives. We will explore the messages that God sends to Israel, Judah and the surrounding nations. Each of these messages will impact our understanding of how to uphold biblical justice and how to connect with God in a relational way.
Basic Christianity: Understanding the Foundations of Christian Faith
Leader: Ben Ellis
When: Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Location: Building D, Room 8
Cost: None
Whether you are not sure about Christianity, taking your first steps in faith, or a long time believer in Christ, this exploration of Christianity can help you understand the foundations of Christian belief. In this study we will walk through some of the most important issues in Christianity. Join us as we continue to make solid in our hearts and minds those things that are absolutely essential to our faith.
Teach Us to Want

Leader: Cheryl Uroda
When: Tuesdays, 9 AM

Location: Building D, Room 1
Cost: None
We all want things: certain relationships, just the right job, affirmation from others, a life full of passion and purpose. Contemporary culture says to go after desire, pursue your “I want” list ruthlessly. Christianity seems to send a different message: Wanting is sinful and selfish. Faith is about obedience and sacrifice.
How do we reconcile the longings in our hearts with the God we’re called to follow? 
In five sessions, based on her 2015 Christianity Today Book of the Year Teach Us to Want: Longing, Ambition and the Life of Faith, author and Bible teacher Jen Pollock Michel takes women on a brave journey through their many desires, longings, and ambitions.
Fear and Faith
Leader: Maryann Mccleave

When:  Monday, November 18 at 7 PM
Location: Building A, Room 7
Cost: None

Failure, rejection, sickness, losing a loved one, being alone—the fears we carry are many and heavy. Fear can be a tyrant, a bully we can’t hide from. It can paralyze our spirit, damage our relationships, and hinder our faith. In five heartfelt sessions based on her book, Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves, speaker and author Trillia Newbell invites women to explore their fears and how those fears impact their relationships, self-esteem, peace of mind, and walk with God. Each session features real-life stories of women who are wrestling with fear due to tragic events, difficult circumstances, or deep anxiety about what may or may not happen. Trillia will walk through Scriptures that show God’s love and strength when we are afraid and His faithfulness in times of trouble.