Community & Life Groups
Community Groups are one of the most important components of who we are as a church. As our adult gatherings on Sunday mornings, these groups are a place to study God’s Word and apply it to life. They also provide opportunities to grow spiritually through fellowship, prayer, and service. Community Group involvement is an important step to building significant relationships and connecting with our church family. Community Groups connect people to God’s word, to each other, and to mission/service opportunities. They are the primary vehicle for caring for our church family.
Life Groups (formerly known as growth groups) are a small group of people who do life together under the Word. The purpose of a life group is two-fold: to grow together in God’s Word (Col 3:16) and to care for another from God’s Word (Heb 10:24-25). Life groups are organized and flow out of community groups, allowing them to be mutually beneficial to one another. Community groups enable us to strategically shepherd our life groups through training and caring, while life groups enable community groups to be intentionally strengthened throughout the week.
Community Groups are not currently meeting due to COVID-19. All of our Life Groups have currently concluded for the semester and will break over the summer. We hope to have more info on when our community groups will resume soon.
A description of all of our Community Groups available below for your information.
Single young adults, 20’s and up, Education Building – A219
Engaged and newly married couples, Education Building – A220
Ages late-20s & up, most with young children, Fellowship Hall 1
Ages 30 & up, most with toddlers and early elementary children, Education Building – A218
Ages mid-30s & up, most with toddlers and elementary children, Fellowship Hall 3
Ages 40 & up, most with elementary or middle school children, Fellowship Hall 2
Ages mid-40s & up, most with middle and high school children, Upstairs Conference Room
Ages 50 & up, most with high school or college children, Education Building – A217
Ages mid-50s & up, most with college age & adult children, Foyer Room
Mostly ages late-50s & up, Fellowship Hall 4
Mostly ages late 60s & up, Library