Small
Groups

Life is meant to be
lived together!

Small
Groups

Life is meant to be
lived together!

Life is meant to be
lived together!

Find Freedom

We believe life change happens in the context of relationships. Small Groups have one simple purpose: to bring people together. God created us to live in community with others, and it is only then that we can experience the full life He intends for us.

How It Works

A small group is an intentional gathering of people who meet regularly. Since God designed us for relationships, we believe it is through the connections made in small groups that God will help us grow. People form groups around the same stage in life as well as mutual interests. Small Groups are also where we pray for and support each other. Small groups meet every week in locations all around our city, and with many groups to choose from, we believe there is a group out there for you.

CHUCK SHANNON

You never really encounter anyone who complains about having too many friends! It’s been so nice to have people we can count on & lean on; a sense of community. Having those people that will be friends for a moment, or friends for a lifetime- either way- it’s great!

MIMI PROPST

God really calls us to be relational! Small Groups make us intentionally relational & get to know people that we wouldn’t normally run into. It’s awesome when you gain that trust- then you can share celebrations, struggles, and those inside jokes and memories that are made together!

IZZE MARTINEZ

At my Small Group the people there made it feel like they really wanted to do life together. It’s just a group of people that want to be friends, that want to be close-knit, and want to get into raw subjects. They’re going to like you weather what you share is pretty or not. And they’re going to be there to keep you accountable. It’s a group that wants to be deep and real.

TIM LAFFOON

I think Small Groups make a church personal. Life transformation doesn’t just happen in the rows of the church, it happens in the circles based around small groups. I think that’s where people really open up & begin to share what’s really happening in their life.

CHUCK SHANNON

You never really encounter anyone who complains about having too many friends! It’s been so nice to have people we can count on & lean on; a sense of community. Having those people that will be friends for a moment, or friends for a lifetime- either way- it’s great!

MIMI PROPST

God really calls us to be relational! Small Groups make us intentionally relational & get to know people that we wouldn’t normally run into. It’s awesome when you gain that trust- then you can share celebrations, struggles, and those inside jokes and memories that are made together!

IZZE MARTINEZ

At my Small Group the people there made it feel like they really wanted to do life together. It’s just a group of people that want to be friends, that want to be close-knit, and want to get into raw subjects. They’re going to like you weather what you share is pretty or not. And they’re going to be there to keep you accountable. It’s a group that wants to be deep and real.

TIM LAFFOON

I think Small Groups make a church personal. Life transformation doesn’t just happen in the rows of the church, it happens in the circles based around small groups. I think that’s where people really open up & begin to share what’s really happening in their life.