Engage in meaningful relationships by doing life together. Be a part of each others lives, fellowships, and be on mission together. It is in the context of these groups that genuine community and growth begins to happen.
Are you looking for a way to get connected to other people in our church? If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus and take next steps, you need people surrounding you to encourage you, challenge you, and be there for you. Small groups are a great opportunity for you to get connected to our church and take your relationship with God to the next level! And when you get together with people and have fun, you’ll begin to grow into a strong community that serves and grows together.
Let the message about the Messiah dwell richly among you, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, and singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, with gratitude in your hearts to God.
Every small group is different, but most small groups will meet for 4-6 consecutive weeks and take a break once they finish their current small group study.
Small groups meet on different days and times throughout the week. Some meet every week, some meet every other week, or some meet once a month.
Small groups meet in homes, restaurants, or coffee shops. Some Small groups meet to ride bikes or go for a hike. We can help you find a small group near you and based on an activity you’re interested in.
Not all small groups offer childcare, but there are options available. Some small group members share the responsibility of watching the kids, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements. Let us know if you would like to join a small group with a childcare option.
It depends on the kind of small group you choose. Some small groups serve on the same team at church. Other small groups study the Bible together. And some get together to enjoy a shared interest, such as basketball, Jeeps, or video games.
For more information about our small groups, or to join a small group, please contact us:
You know as much as anybody that it's important to be connected. We know it's hard to connect with others and build lasting friendships. We know that even defining community is tough because being in community is more than showing up for Bible study. It's also sharing food, laughing till it hurts, and doing what you love to do with your favorite people.
What if you could help more people find and enjoy that kind of laughing, caring, and growing community?
You can. Ask us how: