Small groups are a key aspect of our church community. Most meet weekly in the home of a group member (usually the leader's home). A natural synergy is instantly ignited when people come together with a common focus, therefore, each group is set up to draw people together with the foundation of a common passion, interest, or topic. If you'd like to start a new group please let us know by contacting Justin Barfield.
Our church hosts a number of classes and seminars that meet here on campus. Come join us as we learn and grow together!
These are established ongoing groups that meet regularly in a member's home. Topics vary from group to group.
Service & Outreach
We believe God has called us to use our resources to relieve suffering, comfort those in need and make a difference in the world. We will serve together locally and globally, sharing the love of God with neighbors near and far. Jesus said, “But among you, those who are the greatest should take the lowest rank, and the leader should be the servant.” Luke 22:26 NLT [People serve other people in many ways and this is still very important (Rotary, Guardian Ad Litem, hospital volunteers). Please know this is great ministry. For our purpose of evaluating the health of the church, we are focusing on the outreach ministries, missions, serving through the local church.]
Table for 8
Our Dinner for 8 series is a casual and convenient series of dinner parties for the expressed purpose of sharing a meal with others. There is no agenda other than getting to know one-another. Some gather for dinner while others gather for lunch/brunch or picnics. Find a time and location that makes sense for you and connect around a meal. The host will contact you once you have signed up. "... Christianity [does not]have a lock on the practice [of communion]. Nearly every religion has some liturgical or social ritual involving the coming together of the faithful to share sustenance. ... Generally, eating with another is a way of saying, 'I’m with you, I like you, we form a community together.' And that is a form of communion" -Thomas C. Foster