Community Groups

Acts chapter 2 tells us that the early church "...devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching, to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer" (v.42, CSB). We believe that model is still relevant and effective in making disciples. In fact, this was the method Jesus used in discipling his followers. As they lived life together with Jesus, they learned from both his teaching and his life.

Our goal for Community Groups is for you to experience what the early church referred to as, "...the fellowship" with other believers in Jesus Christ. The design of God is that when a person places their faith and trust in Jesus Christ, and are baptized by the Holy Spirit into the church (which is the Bride and Body of Christ), they become part of a family that is gifted by God to love and serve one another. As our relationship with one another grows, we learn and help each other in our journey of faith and following Jesus.

Community Groups will use RightNow Media's Adult Bible Study Roadmap as curriculum for their studies. This series follows four areas of study: discipleship, life-application, scripture study, and community & relationships.

Click here for a link to RightNow Media to explore the series. If you are not signed up, send Pastor Jay an email, or give him a call and he will set you up on the SCF account.

The majority of Community Groups meet from Labor Day to Memorial Day in the homes of the different group members. David's Community Group (which meets Sundays 9:00 am, Room 201) does not take a summer break.

A complete list of the groups and meeting times will be forthcoming. For more information, contact Pastor Jay at