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 10/23/16

Icebreaker: If your house were on fire, what three items would you try to save? Read Matthew 19:16-26.  How do you think this man expects to attain eternal life? Is there a difference between the man’s concern (eternal life, v. 16) and Jesus’ concern (life, v. 17)? Why do you think Jesus is so tough on…

Groups Questions for the Week of 10/16/16

Icebreaker:  Are you more likely to think without acting or act without thinking? Read Matthew 20:25-28. What contrast does Jesus set up between the Gentile kingdom and God’s kingdom?  How does Jesus model this new way?  How can you serve other people with Jesus as your example? Read James 2:14-18.  In one word or phrase, what…

Groups Questions for the Week of 10/9/16

Icebreaker: What is one skill that you secretly possess? Read Acts 1:6-9. What are the disciples hoping will happen at this point? What were Jesus’ instructions to them? Why do Jesus’ disciples need the Holy Spirit? Read 2 Timothy 1:5-9. Along with being reminded of Timothy’s sincere faith, what does Paul remind Timothy to do?…

Groups Questions for the Week of 10/2/16

Icebreaker:Who was the first (or most impactful) person who told you about the love of Jesus? Read Matthew 22:34-40.  What sort of thing do you thing the teacher of the law expected to hear when he asked Jesus this question?  What do you think Jesus had in mind?  What specific things come to mind when…

Groups Questions for the Week of 9/25/16

Icebreaker: How did you first find Creekside Church?  What was your first day like? Read Acts 1:7-8.  As a disciple, what are the impacts of Jesus’ words on you personally?  What is the “Jerusalem” (closest area) to which you are being called to bear witness to Jesus? How do you sense a need for the Spirit…