Commit to Live in the Way of Jesus
Those who follow Jesus are disciples. Discipleship is a process of life change that takes place in deep relationship. Jesus is inviting you to follow Him and not to do that alone. Come discover the riches of walking with God in community. Not every group functions in the same way, but they all share a common purpose to know Jesus and live like Him by the power of the Holy Spirit. Here are some ways you can take the next step into the heart of our church family.
Alpha is a series of weekly conversations about the meaning of life.
It introduces the basic claims of the Christian faith and makes space for conversation. All are welcome with any or no faith background. Join us any week with your questions, doubts, ideas, and an appetite.
Life Groups are small gatherings of committed friends growing together by practicing the way of Jesus.
Most groups have some combination of these practices: prayer, sharing a meal, Scripture reading and study, confession, learning God’s truth and way, encouragement, worship, sharing prophetic words and pictures, asking God for healing or breakthrough, discovering needs and contributing to meet them.
Find a life group that meets near you.
Prayer Groups exist to help us grow as followers of Jesus specifically around the practice of prayer.
Each group meets regularly to commune with God and intercede for our lives, our neighbors, and the world. Pour out your heart to God in worship, honest sharing, and petition.
Find a prayer group that meets near you.
Courses are designed to help us grow as followers of Jesus through teaching and equipping in specific areas of the Christian life.
Each course is taught by leaders in our church. They cover topics such as understanding the Biblical narrative, how to hear from God, spiritual disciplines, and more. Courses typically take place on Sunday mornings before the Worship Gathering.
Register for an upcoming course.
Table Groups are organic but intentional gatherings of a few close friends who want to grow deeply together.
Unlike life groups, these groups are not listed publicly or overseen by the church staff and deacons. Consider starting your own table group to meet over a meal, talk through life, pray, read the Bible, and help one another to keep your most important commitments.
Explore the Table Groups Starter Kit to get discussion topic ideas, facilitator tips, and recommended resources.
“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”
questions? we’re here to help
Our group care deacons and pastoral staff are ready to answer your questions and help connect you to our community. No question is too small or too big. We look forward to hearing from you.