SMALL GROUPS


WHY SMALL GROUPS?

Throughout scripture, the Bible reminds us that our faith is not meant to be lived out alone. God has wired us for relationship. The community that comes from small groups is a vital component of spiritual growth. Small groups teach how to live, care for us when we hurt, spur us to live on mission, and help mold our character. They're also a lot of fun.

At Christ Community, we recognize that everyone's schedule and needs are different, so we do our best to offer different groups for different people. Some groups meet on Sunday mornings while others meet on nights throughout the week. Some study a particular curriculum while others do Bible study based on the sermon. Groups meet on campus at CCC as well as in homes around the area. In other words, we've got a group for you!

"God has wired us for relationships."

TYPES OF GROUPS

At Christ Community, there are four types of groups for adults to choose from. Read the descriptions below to find the group that best fits your needs.

To browse our different small group meeting times and locations, click the button below each group type. Once you find a group that interests you, you can select "Join Group" or use the contact info provided to learn more from the group's leader.

Home Groups

Meeting in homes around the Lake Norman area, home groups are our core type of small group. The relaxed atmosphere fosters real friendships and communication. Home groups generally have a discussion centered on that week's sermon, a time for prayer, and sometimes include a meal.

FIND A HOME GROUP
On-Site Groups

These groups utilize the same format as Home Group, but meet on the campus of Christ Community Church, typically during the hour before our 10:30 AM worship service.

FIND AN ON-SITE GROUP
Targeted Groups

Groups or studies designed for a specific demographic are called Targeted Groups. These include women's or men's groups, recovery groups, groups for college students, special needs groups, etc.

FIND A TARGETED GROUP
Classes

Unlike many of our other groups, classes are less interactive and more instructive in nature. What's more, they typically have a firm beginning and ending date rather than being ongoing in nature. Classes can be a great supplement to a small group, but should not replace a small group long-term.

FIND A CLASS

Group Leader Update Form

Current small group leaders should click here to complete their bi-monthly group update forms. Forms are due the first week of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

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Group Leader Application

Interested in leading a small group at Christ Community? Use this form to tell us a little about yourself.

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