COMMUNITY GROUPS

A Pillar in the Life of Our Church

Life Together

Jesus has designed the church to be a beautiful and practical expression of community.  Community is people doing life together, meeting each others' needs, helping each other grow in faith.  Our community groups provide a way for that life together to be experienced whether you have been in the church for years or are just connecting to our church family.

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Questions & Answers

 

Q:  What is a Community Group?
A:  Small groups that meet in homes around the area two times each month.  These are places where people are encouraged to grow in their faith in Jesus Christ and where practical needs are met as we live life together.

Q:  What happens at Community Group?
A:  Praying for one another, worshiping God, studying Scripture, topical studies, and relaxed times of fellowship.

Q:  Where are the groups located?
A:  Groups meet in area homes across the Philadelphia suburbs.  You'll find groups in Glen Mills, West Chester, Exton, Kennett Square, Wilmington, Media, and more.

Q:  What day/time do they meet?
A:  Most groups meet twice a month on Tuesday or Thursday evenings.  Be sure to check the Community Group directory for each group's schedule or contact the group leader.    

 

Q:  Are visitors welcome? 
A:  Yes!  People new to the church are encouraged to attend.   Small groups provide a great context to get to know people.

Q: Are there groups aimed specifically for my season of life?
A:  The church offers community groups for high school students and college students.  All other adult groups welcome every season of life including singles, families, and older adults. 

Q:  Which group should I attend? 
A:  The Community Group directory allows you to filter groups by stage of life, neighborhood, and other attributes such as childcare.  Each group has its own make up, so take time and visit a few.

Q:  What are my next steps? 
A:  Click on the "Find a Community Group" button and search for a group that fits your location and stage of life.

  

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