Cultivate meaningful relationships that challenge and encourage one another towards a deeper love of Jesus and neighbor.


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Why join a Community Group?

  1. Develop meaningful relationships. Sunday morning worship services are important but insufficient to cultivate the kind of friendships characterized by vulnerability, consistency and trust.
  2. Put yourself in a position to love others well. Joining a community group isn’t primarily about desires being met. We also get to invest in the lives of others.
  3. Be challenged and encouraged toward a committed and practical following of Jesus. Community groups are more than just a space to hang out. There is a purpose to these friendships: a following of Jesus together.
  4. Growth: Have beliefs and behaviors formed through trusted friendships rather than news and social media echo-chambers.

What does a Community Group look like?

Community groups consist of 10-14 people who meet weekly or every other week. A majority of groups meet in homes, while a few groups gather at the church. Sermon-based discussion tends to be the default mode for our groups, but other structures are sprinkled in to keep things fresh and sensitive to the needs of the group.


Community groups formally open up at the beginning of each fall and spring semester, but don't wait! Reach out to us, and we can help you find the right fit in one of our open groups anytime!