What is a Community Group?
A Community Group is an intentional community consisting of 3 to 12 people who meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth, friendship and support. It's a safe place to study the Bible, share your life, and ask tough questions. The typical Community Group meets 2+ times a month, though weekly meetings are most common. Groups gather at a member's home, on the church campus, or even in a local restaurant.
Why are Community Groups Important?
We ask everyone at Christ Community Church to participate in a Community Group because they are central to our mission of making passionate disciples of Jesus Christ who are belonging, growing, serving, and reaching.
Community Groups have a biblical basis -- In addition to Jesus' example of the 12 disciples, Scripture regularly teaches the value of consistent participation in Christian community (e.g. Hebrews 10:24- 25).
It's a safe environment to learn about the Christian life and put it into practice.
Community Groups have a practical basis -- It's easy to get lost in a crowd. Groups provide relational connections with people who genuinely know you. It's a community where your contribution is valued and your absence will be felt.
How do I connect with a Community Group?
Click on your Campus (on the left side of this page) to get the connection process started. Community Groups welcome newcomers throughout the year. We encourage you to try a few groups to find the right fit for you.
- CG Home
- Bartlett Campus
- Blackberry Creek Campus
- DeKalb Campus
- St. Charles Campus
- Leader Resources