Community Groups

Our intergenerational Community Groups (CGs) exist to help us fulfill our church vision in small gatherings outside of corporate worship. When we gather in smaller groups (6-12), we can engage in heart-deep conversation, ask questions, pray together, and meet one another’s needs.

Community Groups intentionally involve a wide range of ages to help families do life biblically with other families in a way that passes the faith from one generation to another. We eat, play, pray, read, sing, study and learn together.

Group List and Descriptions

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Adam Morris
Casper Keller
DeWayne Goodgine
Mark Jackson (The Good Book)
The Good Book:
  • is a great evangelism tool for explaining the major themes of Scripture to those who want to know more about God, Jesus, and the core beliefs of Christianity;
  • gives new believers an overview of the Bible and lays a framework to help them understand Scripture passages;
  • helps longtime Christians rediscover the basic themes of Scripture and experience these truths in a new way; and
  • encourages Scriptural literacy as it pushes readers to read both one chapter of the book and one chapter of the Bible each day for forty days.
Ryan Singleton (Jesus Storybook Bible)

It takes the whole Bible to tell this Story. And at the center of the story is a baby, the child upon whom everything would depend. From Noah to Moses to King David every story whispers his name. Jesus is like the missing piece in a puzzle – the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together. The Jesus Storybook Bible invites us to discover for ourselves that Jesus is the center of God’s great story of salvation – and at the center of our story too.

Scott DeWitt (James)

Understand that works don’t save us, rather good works follow true faith as our beliefs and actions line up with each other. James had a unique earthly relationship with Jesus, but his letter clarifies what the Christian life should look like for us all. The Book of James is filled with practical wisdom for Christians, calling us to live out genuine faith through good works, but it is also rooted in rich theology. Perhaps more than any other book in the New Testament, James emphasizes the application of Christian belief.

Troy Roberts (Jesus Story Book Bible)

It takes the whole Bible to tell this Story. And at the center of the story is a baby, the child upon whom everything would depend. From Noah to Moses to King David every story whispers his name. Jesus is like the missing piece in a puzzle – the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together. The Jesus Storybook Bible invites us to discover for ourselves that Jesus is the center of God’s great story of salvation – and at the center of our story too.

Bob White (Discipleship Essentials)

One of the most serious challenges facing the church in N. America is that of un-discipled church members. Greg Ogden’s work seeks to move Sunday-only consumer Christians into the adventurous life of following Jesus on a daily basis in authentic community. it provides an indisputable resource to help local churches address this challenge.

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