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 2/12/17

          Icebreaker: What event or accomplishment in your life did you have to wait a very long time for? How did you feel when it finally arrived? When it was over? Read Luke 17:20-21. In answering the Pharisees’ question, what does Jesus say about the kingdom—as to when, how, or where…

Group Questions for the Week of 2/5/17

Icebreaker: Who was one of your role models while you were growing up? Read Luke 17:1-10. What might be an example of what Jesus is talking about in verse 1? How could you live out verses 3-4 without reinforcing someone’s bad behavior? Why do you think the disciples asked Jesus, “Increase our faith” (verse 5)? What…

Group Questions for the Week of 12/11/16

Icebreaker: If told that you (or your parents) were to have a child this year, how would you react? Read Luke 1:39-45. Why do you think Mary went to see Elizabeth? How might Mary have felt when Elizabeth greeted her? How is she “blessed” or encouraged? Read Luke 1:46-55. For what does Mary praise God…

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…