SMALL GROUPS

God designed us for community. Whether you feel like a “people-person” or not, we all need each other. That’s why we have Small Groups; to connect in relationships that have the potential to change our lives. Just like most things, you won’t know until you try. Our next Small Group semester begins at the end of August. Check back soon for more details on how you can join a group!

Lead a Group

Want to learn more about leading a small group? We’d love to connect with you! Small groups are meeting in-person and online, so regardless of where you live, you can lead a group! Choose your campus below and fill out the form so that our team can follow up with you.

More Information

What types of Small Groups are available?

We have a variety of groups for whatever season of life you might be in. Options include Men’s, Women’s, Coed, and Students. Some groups are arranged around a special interest or activity like finances, outreach, mountain biking, cooking, etc. We also have Freedom Groups which are a 13-week experience designed to help participants live fully alive in Christ.

How often do we meet?

Groups meet weekly on different days and times during the semester.

Where do we meet?

Groups meet where people gather – in homes, restaurants, coffee shops, hiking trails, anywhere!

What will we talk about?

The goal of your group experience is to develop relationships while also growing spiritually. For some groups, this means watching Monday Night Football and talking about life, then praying for one another. Other groups might pick a Bible study or topic to walk through together over the course of a few weeks. It’s really based on the members and needs of the group.

Is childcare provided?

Not all Groups offer childcare, but some will have participants share responsibility in watching the children, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements.

Once I pick a group, how long am I committed to it?

We want you to find the best group for you, which means you can explore options and try out multiple groups until you find the right one. Then, groups meet on a semester basis with built-in breaks so that group members have the opportunity to find a new group if their schedule or needs have changed.

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