We believe that we were created to be in community with others. We are not meant to do life alone. Community groups are a vital way to connect with others.

Most of our community groups are discussion-based and revolve around our Sunday teaching, book studies, or various curriculum like Divorce Care, Financial Peace University, and more.


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Be sure to check the blog for resources and questions for your groups.

Recent Blog Entries

Group Questions for the Week of 12/4/16

Icebreaker: What two positive qualities about your mom or dad come to mind as you recall your childhood? Read Matthew 1:18-19. How would you feel if you were in Joseph’s place? What would you plan to say to your family and friends? What would you plan to say to God? Read Matthew 1:20–25. What reason…

Groups Questions for the Week of 11/27/16

Icebreaker: What would you bring as a gift for the baby Jesus in Bethlehem?   Read Matthew 2:1-6. Why was it important that Jesus be born in Bethlehem? Since the Magi were pagan astrologers, why would they leave everything in order to follow the star? Why do you suppose the Magi were the only ones who…

Group Questions for the Week of 11/20/16

Icebreaker: What memories do you have about the first time you moved out of your parents’ home (or the first time you experienced independence from your parents)?   Read Hebrews 11:8-12. How is faith demonstrated or explained in each of these three examples from Abraham’s life? What obstacles did he had to overcome? What changed in…

Groups Questions for the Week of 11/13/16

Icebreaker: What is your favorite season of the year?  Why? Read Ecclesiastes 3:1-8.  In this list of opposites, is the writer describing what is, or prescribing what one should do?  Why do you think so? Which one these verses causes you the most anxiety or pain?  Which brings you the most satisfaction or joy? Read Ecclesiastes…

Group Questions for the Week of 11/6/16

Icebreaker: As a child, what was one lesson that you were taught that you are grateful for today? Read Deuteronomy 6:4-9.  Who were these words directed to?  Who were they written about? Why do you think there is such a strong emphasis on children? How would you characterize the method of teaching that is described here?…