We believe that the most effective way to facilitate in-depth discipleship and spiritual growth in our church is to organize ourselves into Community Groups. As the name suggests, Community Groups help us live out the gospel in loving "community" with each other. They help us build the authentic relationships and have the meaningful conversations that are the lifeblood of our church, truly being the spiritual family that we are.
Family at its best is a group of people who loves you for who you are and cares for you no matter what. And that's what we believe God has designed the church to be. He's designed it to be so much more than a place to attend once a week and exchange cordial greetings. Rather, he wants it to function like a spiritual family where people truly know each other, love each other, and care for each other’s needs. That's what Community Groups are designed to facilitate.
Community Groups are a lot more than just another meeting or program tacked onto our church's calendar. Rather, they’re the primary organizing structure of the church and are fundamental to our church's DNA.
Every week, Community Groups meet together to do what Hebrews 10:24 instructs us to do and "stir up one another to love and good works." These meetings can include a variety of different things like studying the Bible, discussing Sunday’s sermon, going through a Christian book together, enjoying a meal, celebrating a significant life event, doing a service project in the community, or simply doing something fun together.
Details for the Upcoming Semester
The Caskey Community Group will meet on Fridays at 6:00pm in Green Tree beginning January 27. Young children are welcome. (UPDATE: THIS GROUP IS NOW FULL.)
The Jordan Community Group will meet on Thursdays at 6:30pm in Bethel Park beginning January 26.
The Korey Community Group will meet on Thursdays at 6:30pm in Bethel Park beginning January 26. (UPDATE: THIS GROUP IS NOW FULL.)
The Tancordo Community Group will meet on Sundays at 5:00pm in Brentwood beginning January 22. Young children are welcome.
The Urbanowicz Community Group will meet on Thursdays at 6:30pm in Upper St. Clair beginning January 26. Young children are welcome.
If you're interested in signing up for the semester, you can do so below. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Map of Group Locations & Times
Groups with a RED pin meet on Sundays, groups with a GREEN pin meet on Thursdays, and groups with a BLUE pin meet on Fridays.