Life Happens in Circles

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We are designed to live the Christian life as a family, not alone.

Biblical, intentional community can’t happen on a Sunday morning only. It happens in smaller groups that commit to living life together during the week (Acts 2:46).

What type of group are you looking for?

Whether you’re looking for intentional community, Biblical discipleship, or need a special class to approach your season of life with a fresh perspective — we’ve got you covered.

Small Groups

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Ministry Groups

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Specialty Groups
& Classes

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"Wait, I have questions."

And lucky for you, we have answers.

Do small groups meet year round?
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Depends. Some groups faithfully meet year-round and others decide to meet seasonally and take some breaks. Our small groups page gets updated pretty frequently, so the groups you see are open and meeting.

What if I can't find a group that works for me?
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No sweat. We think we can help you find a group and get you connected into a community. Feel free to call the church office or send an email to our Small Groups Director, Anna Walker Roberts, to help you find the best group to be a part of.

What is the difference between the group types?
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Small groups meet in the home and typically meet on an extended, weekly basis. They’re designed for intentional community with other believers. Ministry groups are larger than a small group and typically host various events throughout the year to grow in community with like-minded individuals. These groups can look like our Moms Group, Cycling Ministry, or the parents of students in our youth group. Specialty groups and classes are groups with specific parameters that typically meet for a set number of weeks. These groups are DivorceCare, GriefShare, and Financial Peace.

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Lead or Host a Small Group

Small group leaders and hosts are committed to opening their homes, living authentically and vulnerably as they disciple others, and growing in their own personal relationship with God. If that sounds like you, lead a small group!

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