What Are Community Groups?
Simply put, Community Groups are friends you grow, laugh, and serve with. They’re the people you invite into your life – letting your guard down, growing closer to God, and investing in your community together.
Led by one or two individuals, most Groups are made up of 8-12 people who meet weekly in someone’s home, a coffee shop, a park, or even online. We have Groups for men, women, couples, singles, college students, professionals, hobbyists, new believers, and more!
The benefits of participating in a Group are far reaching. In the context of this smaller "spiritual family" you will be able to establish deeper relationships in a warm and safe environment. You will be accepted for who you are while at the same time encouraged to reach your full potential in God. This small group will be a care-giving community as well as a place to grow in areas of serving others. The Body will learn how to grow up into the fullness of Christ as we see the Lord at work in and through each other.
Who should participate?
As a church we strongly encourage people who regularly attend PCC to join a Community Group. Church membership is not a requirement for participation. Visitors and curiosity-seekers are always welcome.
Click here to download a PDF on "All you need to know about Community Groups."