Small Groups

Life is better connected.

Why join a small group?

Growing spiritually doesn’t happen when we know what Jesus says. It happens when we apply what he says. Application happens best within the context of community. To grow spiritually, you have to experience life with other people.

In a Small Group, eight to twelve adults in the same stage of life and area of town meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. You’ll be encouraged to live out the truths you learn and discover in the Bible, as you encourage others to do the same.

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Join a Small Group

  • GroupCONNECT Event

    GroupCONNECT is an after-service event where you can meet those hosting small groups and find somebody in a similar stage of life and area of town. Plenty of staff members and volunteers will be on hand to navigate you through the process of meeting others and finding a group for you.

  • Join a Group Online

    Use our easy, online search tool to find a group based on day of week, time of day, or type of group. You can reach out to the group leader right there and begin attending right away!

Search for a Group

Lead a Group

Do you get excited when people enter into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ? Groups are a great opportunity for people to grow in relationships and identify their next steps together. Group Leaders are willing to go first in leading conversation and taking next steps.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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    Is Childcare Provided?

    Not all groups offer childcare, but there are options available. Be sure to specify childcare available in the online group search if you need a group with childcare. Some groups will have participants share responsibility in watching the children, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements.

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    Where Do Groups Meet?

    Groups meet in homes, restaurants, and coffee shops all over the area. We will help you find a small group near you based on where you live.

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    What are short-term groups?

    Short term groups are like small groups, but meet weekly for a short term to explore one topic. Many of our care groups fall into this grouping. Here you’ll find groups like Starting Point, Financial Peace University, DivorceCare, GriefShare, etc.

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    How Often Do Groups Meet?

    Groups meet on different days and times throughout the week. Some choose to meet every week, bi-weekly, or monthly. That information will be part of each group description on the online search tool.

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    What Will My Group Study?

    That all depends on the group. Many groups discuss the weekly message but others choose a topic or book of their own to study. That will be part of the group description.

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    What if I don't like my group?

    Sorry, no take-backs. Just kidding! We want you to feel comfortable and connect with your group. If you’re just not “feeling it” with your current group, feel free to reach out to another group and begin attending there. It would be nice if you let your current group leader know you’re going to a different group – don’t worry, they won’t try to bribe you to stay or take you for a ride on guilt highway.