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–Week of January 31

Icebreaker:  What food do you have the most difficultly resisting?  How often do you eat it? Read Luke 4:1-13 Describe Jesus’ circumstances during this temptation.  How was he feeling?  What had recently happened to him? Look at the temptations Jesus faced.  What was the appeal of each of them?  What was the cost?  What did…

Groups Questions for the Week of 11/29/15

ICEBREAKER:When was the last time you were so excited about something that you yelled or screamed? Read Psalm 95:1-5 What are some of the reasons God should be praised? Why is it important for us to tell God these things? Read Psalm 95:6-11 The Israelites complained about the water and manna at Massah and Meribah….

Groups Questions for the Week of 11/15/15

ICEBREAKER:What is the most difficult thing that you have ever tried to cook? Read Hebrews 5:12-6:1(a) Before this passage the author was talking about how Jesus is the perfect High Priest for God’s people. Why does the author of Hebrews hesitate to say more about this to his readers? What is keeping them from growing…

Groups Questions for the Week of 11/01/15

ICEBREAKER: Do you have a personal mission statement? Please share with the group what your mission statement is. If you don’t have a personal mission statement, maybe the group can help construct one with you. Read Matthew 28:16-20 Who came to see Jesus? What does this text tell us about the disciples? Where do you find…

Groups Questions for the Week of 10/25/15

ICEBREAKER:What are some of the most awkward family moments that you can remember?Read Romans 12:9-21 The Apostle Paul is writing to a church with a lot of relational tension.  What are some areas of relational tension that can exist within our church?  How could we alleviate some of this tension? What are some of the good elements of this culture, that the Apostle Paul…