Community Groups exist to give you a context in which you can begin to live life in community with friends. These groups are the primary venue for relational connection, as well as the place where meaningful relationships, spiritual encouragement, and practical care occur. These groups meet on campus and offer Biblical study and discussion.
9:15 Community Groups
LOCATION: RM 1128-1130Tell us a little about your group:We are listed as a 60s/70s age group, but we are open to folks of any age who think they can keep up with us. We welcome visitors with open arms and accept them without resume or recommendation. We do our best to make sure that everyone is warmly received and that no one ever feels left out of any of our activities.What do you love about your community group?We love that our group is socially active and very supportive of one another. We try hard to deserve to be described as prayer warriors. Our philosophy is that if you are not laughing, you are not learning. Whether it's a fish fry, Christmas party, going out to dinner, or a community group class, we value genuinely enjoying gathering together. As teachers, we love that there is so much participation in class discussion during our lessons. We love that so many members of our group are involved in service to the church as greeters, choir, parking lot, ushers, security or any other opportunity for service that may be at hand.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.
What is a d-group?
2021 Bible Reading Plan - Old & New Testament
2021 Bible Reading Plan - New Testament
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