Being a part of a DGroup is one of the core commitments we ask all of our members to make because we believe that sin is harder, life is more difficult, and staying faithful to Jesus comes slower without people in our lives to help, warn, strengthen, encourage, and pray for us. Jesus modeled it, the church practiced it, and we believe their example is the healthiest way for us to live today.

To inquire about current groups and how to join one of them, click here.

Big Church

Small Community

Acts 2:42-47 shows that the church in its early days met together as one large gathering and also in homes in smaller groups. We believe both are vital for growing in the grace of the Lord Jesus. On Sunday mornings, we gather as one and speak truth we all need to hear and then in our DGroups we take that truth and apply it specifically to where we are in life. DGroups are where we are known by one another, pray for one another, and share life with one another.

“Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.”

John 4:7-8

Current DGroups

Groups come in all shapes and sizes — married couples, singles, men, women, kids, no kids, workplace, under 20, over 40 — the list goes on. No matter where you are in life, there’s a group for you. Ready to dive in? 

We believe the church is the family of God called to live on mission to advance His Kingdom. Because we are God's children through Jesus, we are to live as brothers and sisters. The church is not a building, place, or program, but God's people.

Living in community with one another is essential to growing in the Gospel and becoming more like Christ. Showing up to a Sunday gathering is great, but it is our desire to see everyone involved in a Missional Community. A Missional Community is not a mid-week program, but a family of missionary servants who are making disciple-making disciples daily. We would love to see all of our Missional Communities hanging out throughout the week, eating meals together and serving their neighborhoods. It is not something you check off a list, but a way of doing life.