Community Groups are our small groups (based on life stages) that meet on Sunday mornings at 9:15am and 10:45am on-campus and offer Biblical study and discussion.
These groups are the primary venue for relational connection, as well as the place where meaningful relationships, spiritual encouragement, and practical care occur.
We encourage everyone to try a few groups to see which one feels the most comfortable to you.
You can also contact Scott Moody, and he can help give you suggestions on a group.
We offer groups for different life stages at both hours, but there are a few factors that may help you decide when to attend Community Group.
At Prince, we encourage families to bring their children (Kindergarten and up) with them to the worship service. That means that your children will attend their Community Group the same hour that you do.
Community Groups for children in Kindergarten-Grade 5 are offered at 9:15am and 10:45am. That means you can check out groups at both hours!
Community Groups for students in Grades 6-12 are ONLY offered at 9:15am, so you should find a Community Group during the 9:15am hour, too.
While both of our worship services are identical, the 10:45am service is more crowded. If you prefer a fuller room, then you may want to attend a 9:15am Community Group.
On the otherhand, if you prefer a smaller service with more space, then you may prefer our 9:15am worship service. In that case, check out one of our 10:45am Community Groups!
10:45 Community Groups
LOCATION: RM 1118-1119Tell us a little about your group:This group is mainly comprised of adults ages 60 to 90, both singles and married couples. If you hunger for God's Word and want an inclusive group of praying people who will warmly welcome you, then this group is for you!What do you love about your group?What we love about our group is their Christian concern for one another, their ministry to each other, and their hunger to know God's Word.GET CONNECTED WITH THIS GROUP
A discipleship group (D-Group) consists of three to five men or women, gender specific, who are committed to growing together spiritually for a period of one year. At the end of the year, the goal is that each member start their own D-Group and replicate the group experience by inviting others to take the same discipleship journey with them. Click on the following attachments for more information regarding D-Groups.
Questions about D-Groups? Contact Scott Moody.
Register your D-Group
What is a d-group?
2022 Bible Reading Plan - Old & New Testament
2022 Bible Reading Plan - New Testament
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