Service Times
  • Saturday - 4:00pm
  • Saturday - 6:00pm
  • Sunday - 9:00am
  • Sunday - 11:00am
Groups

You were not designed to
walk through life alone

You were not designed to
walk through life alone

You were not designed to walk through life alone. Whether you are going through ups or downs, life is always better when you are connected.

One of the central ways we grow in our faith is by having intentional relationships with people who share the same goal, and our groups are the ideal place for that.

On a regular basis, you will have an opportunity to learn from, serve with, hang out with, care for and be on mission with others in your group. This is how we stay connected in the midst of a growing church. It’s also how we experience a deeper connection with God, with others, and with God’s design for your life.

Groups meet in homes throughout northeast Tarrant County. Most groups meet every other week and consist of 4-8 couples or 8-16 individuals.

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I love being in a CG because it helps me to feel connected and known. It’s a group of people who I know are praying for me and a place to build authentic friendships.

— Marcos & Heather Gonzalez

Community Group has allowed us to meet like minded people trying to learn more about Christ and strengthen their relationships with him. It also has opened new doors in our marriage where we are stronger together!

— Jason & Kensley Sutherlin

Being in CG is a safe place to share your troubles (and joy!), where your friends truly care for you and will pray with you and lift you up. Our children are friends with other children whose parents value the same things we do. We have made lifelong friends in our CG!

— Justin & Holly Hennig

I didn't know what to expect from a CG but have been blown away every meeting. It's a great chance to get to know people,their stories and to thank God for all of the blessings that we share. Thank God for our crew!

— Corey & Alyssa James

We love being in a group with fellow believers who are in the same stage of life. They're not just people we say 'hi' to on Sundays (or Saturdays) but friends outside of church that we can lean on during hard times and celebrate with during good times.

— Ryan & Katie Rainey