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.


If you would like to be a group leader or host please complete this application

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

Recent Blog Entries

Groups Questions for the week of 02/18/2018

ICEBREAKER: what is the most physically demanding thing you have ever done? How did you prepare? How did you endure? Read Revelation 2:8-11 How does Jesus describe him self? What does he mean when he says he is the first and the last? How does Jesus’ eternal nature comfort believers facing hardship? How does his…

Groups Questions for the Week of 02/11/2018

ICEBREAKER: What was your “first love” in elementary school like? Or, Who was your first crush? Read Revelation 2:1-7 What are the good things that Jesus mentions when talking about this church? How might those strengths contributed to their failures? What does Jesus mean when he calls this church to repent? Why is repentance necessary?…

Groups Questions for the week of 02/04/2018

ICEBREAKER: Share a little bit about yourself with the group. (i.e. Family, hobbies, work, etc.) Read Luke 10:25-37 When you read this story what stands out to you? What do you know about the different characters in the story? How would you assume the religious leaders would have acted? Why did they avoid the man?…

Groups Questions for the Week of 12/03/2017

Groups Questions ICEBREAKER: Share a time when you made a big promise and you were able to keep that promise. Read Luke 2:25-32 What do we know about Simeon? Where was he? What did God promise him? What don’t we know about him from this description? Why did he go to the temple courts? What…

Groups Questions for the week of 11/26/2017

Icebreaker: What is the worst gift you have ever received?  How did you thank the person who gave it to you? Read 1 Thessalonians 5:18 -What’s the difference between saying “thank you” and feeling thankful?  Why is it difficult to give thanks in all circumstances? -Why is it important to know God calls us to…