The *Group Resource Center helps groups find quality materials and resources, while minimizing costs. Resources include study materials available for lending, reviews of studies, and a printed list of current *growth groups. Some study materials are located in Room 143, while others are stored off-site.
On-line List of Resources for Groups
Visit our List of Resources for Groups page for a sortable, filterable list of Christian group studies, books, reference materials, training resources and movies available through the Group Resource Center.
Visit the Group Resource Center
You are welcome to visit the Group Resource Center, located in Room 143, to browse materials stored there. To preview materials located off-site, please contact email@example.com to make arrangements.
To borrow resources, fill out the Resource Check Out Form, located on the clipboard on the side of the bookcase. Be sure to update the Resource Check Out Form upon return of resource(s), and fill out a Study/Resource Review Form (see below). Inventory will be updated based on feedback received. If there are any questions or a requested resource is off site, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Write a Review
We need reviews of materials your group has studied to be effective. Write a Review Online, or download the Study/Resource Review Form and return it to the Group Resource Center mailbox, located on the first floor across from Room 159.
You can read reviews of materials in hard copy in the Group Resource Center, Room 143. They are located in a binder on the shelf.
Lend or Donate Materials
We accept Study DVDs, Leader & Participant Guides, Commentaries, Christian Movies, Helpful Tips for Leaders and other material as deemed relevant. All items should be in accordance with Christian and Methodist values and traditions. Approved items can be lent from your home or donated. Please do NOT drop off at church! Contact the Group Resource Librarians at email@example.com to make arrangements for lending or donating.
*Note: The Group Resource Center was formerly known as the Small Group Resource Center. Growth Groups were formerly known as Small Groups.