We’re not meant to do this life alone. Join a group on Zoom or at a socially-distant, masked, in-person gathering. Together we eat, pray, and share life as one community.
“The believers devoted themselves…to the community, to their shared meals, and to their prayers.” That’s a picture of the early church in Acts 2, and it’s a picture of who we are today. We devote ourselves to each other whenever we gather in pockets and clusters known as small groups. There, we’re reminded that our bond goes beyond the walls of a church, beyond Sunday mornings. We grow in our faith by joining small communities, celebrating with each other during high times, and providing support during the lows. If you’ve ever wanted to feel seen by others, loved by others, and stretched by others – then small groups are for you.