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Community Groups

Community groups meet year round. They are great places to meet new friends, build lasting relationships, and study God's Word. These groups are based on different ages, locations, interests, and stages of life.

Our Community Groups meet on Sunday mornings, during our second and third services. Jump in and check out a few Community Groups to find one that is the best fit for you. Scroll down to see a list of FAQs about our Community Groups.

Our Sunday Morning Community Groups:

Potter's Clay

Meets in Room 100 at 8:15am

for adults of all ages

Oasis

Meets in the Conference Room at 9:30am

for parents of teens

Open Door

Meets in the Library at 9:30am

for adults of all ages

Home Improvement

Meets in the Library at 11:00am

for parents of school-aged children

Lighthouse

Meets in Room 100 at 11:00am

for newlyweds and parents of younger children

The Point

Meets at Panera (9587 Mentor Ave.) at 11:00am

for college-age and young adults

Transitions

Meets in Room 110/111 at 11:00am

for parents of college age and empty nesters

Community Group FAQs

What is a Community Group?

A Community Group is a group of people who are committed to living life together for the glory of God through connecting with each other and growing closer to Jesus Christ. Our Communtiy Groups meet year round.

Why is it important to join one?

We believe that Community Groups are a primary means to grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ. As chruches grow it can be hard to meet people and easy to simply come and go. A Community Group shrinks the size of the church into smaller groups, allowing all of us to be part of a close group of people who love, care for, learn from, and challenge each other in our faith in Christ.

What typically happens at a Community Group gathering?

Most Community Groups contain two basic elements: a social time of hanging out and a time of studying, discussing the Bible, and praying together. Also, outside of gathering together, oftentimes Community Groups will find ways to serve the church or another ministry in the area.

How long should I wait until I join a group?

There should be no waiting! We encourage you join a group as soon as possible. The sooner the better.

Do Community Groups Ever Fill Up?

Our Sunday Morning Community Groups are always open to newcomers.

If I visit a Community Group, do I have to join?

Not at all. We encourage you try to multiple Community Groupp. It may take a few tries or visits to find the group that you best connect with. More than anything, we want you to find the right group.

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