Life is BETTER TOGETHER. We want everyone to experience the benefits of building meaningful relationships with other followers of Jesus. Joining a Community Group is an important step towards finding the support and encouragement you need.View all Next Steps
“And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” (Acts 2:42)
We were created for community.
Community Groups exist to help us mature as disciples of Jesus Christ. We are made for community, made in the image of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, who lives in constant perfect community. As Christians we are brought into true community through Jesus.
We are broken sinners who need God and He destined us to be united with other broken people. In community we are reminded of our need of Jesus in the good times and in the rock-bottom times. It's where we get to bear one another's burdens (Galatians 6:2). We want to help you find a place that will allow you to experience growth and form deeper relationships. Our hope is that every person is in a group and experiencing the wonder of biblical community (Acts 2:46-47).
Join a Group!
Visit the Community Group table in the church lobby on a Sunday morning for more information about connecting with a Community Group.
When do groups meet?
Groups meet weekly, or bi-weekly and at different times, in the homes of group members, or at Calvary.
Are my children welcome?
Yes. It comes down to what works best for you and your group. Some groups have their children sitting beside them, playing nearby, or with a babysitter.
What types of groups are there?
Not all groups look the same; some are formed with others of the same season of life, others are multi-generational. Groups are intended to be like a family, united by the gospel, where we walk life and live out our mission together (Matthew 28:19-20).
What happens at group?
Those attending a group experience fellowship, care, prayer, accountability, sharing stories and studying God's word together. In short, our needs are met in community.