Community Groups are simply people who regularly gather to pursue God and care for one another. We believe that growth happens best in small groups and that they are essential to developing a Christ-centered life. Community Groups are a primary avenue for applying God's Word to our lives, building healthy community, and partnering to serve others and share the Gospel with our community. Community Groups are a way we connect with others to live out the Christian life. We believe it is important to get involved in a small group. Discover which group is right for you and your family!
Sunday evenings at 5pm in room next to the Office. They reflect on God's Word and discuss the sermon from the morning service that day.
Sunday evenings over the Summer at 5:30pm, Pastor Scott will be leading his community group at Point of Rocks Park in order to provide adult supervision to the Student Community Group (F.L.O.W.) that will also meet at the park. They will discuss various topics and biblical application.
For more info, contact Pastor Scott
Sunday evenings at 5:30pm, Pastor Ryan and his wife Jenn open their home to their community group. They share a meal and then discuss Biblical topics and how it applies to us today.
For more info, contact Pastor Ryan
The Student Ministry has developed its own version of community. Here the students will meet at Point of Rocks Park. There, they have a 5-10 minute Student-Led devotional and prayer time, enjoy a meal together, and then spend the rest of the evening in fellowship with each other.
They also would like to perform service projects to help show Jesus to their local community. If you have an idea for a project or need more info,
contact Pastor Scott.
The College Group is geared towards creating a community of like-minded young adults who seek to grow together in Christ. We meet during the non-school months, as most of us attend school away from home, and regularly share prayer concerns throughout the year. During the school months, we occasionally meet for fellowship and catching up. Those of us who stay local also plug into the community groups hosted by our Pastors.