On our own, we can only grow so much. But, together? We can take valuable steps towards meaningful connections with each other and a whole new level of purpose and significance in our relationship with Christ. Take a step into a new rhythm of relationships and learning by joining a group.
“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another.”
—Hebrews 10:24–25a NIV
FIND A GROUP
At GCC, more than a thousand people are gathering regularly during the week in homes or coffee shops throughout the community. Grouping up is our way of making our church feel as close and connected as a group of friends meeting up in a living room. So, how do you get connected? There are groups for just men or just women, singles, married couples and more, so find your fit at a group meeting near you. Groups are on break for the summer and will relaunch in September. Join us for the Midweek Bible Study to get connected and dig deeper into the Bible, or for Summer Groups happening at the Granger Campus mid-summer.
LEAD A GROUP
Feel the nudge to lead a group? Take a step of faith and try it. We’ll equip you with the tools and know-how you need to lead. Meet in your home, office or favorite coffee shop. Facilitate the discussion and care for the members of your group. Lives are waiting to be changed because of your willingness to lead!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT GROUPS
Because of groups at GCC, I am being more intentional about regular time in the Bible and in prayer. God has been teaching me so much. Thanks for providing this great opportunity.
As a result of being in a group, I have an improved marital relationship and work relationships.
Have built relationships with many people. Really helps with building the church community in and out of the church.
The people in my group are genuine, caring followers of Christ. I am learning from THEM!
Love the small group—actually want to study scripture more in depth and understand its significance to me and the world I live in.