Groups at Christ Journey Church

It's all about the people

The best way to grow your faith

Being a follower of Jesus is not just about going to church on Sundays. There’s much more to experience! Every day of the week people in the church gather around town to read God’s Word, pray for one another, and get to know each other. There is no requirement to be part of a Group at Christ Journey. Simply let us know of your interest and you’ll be on your way!

What is a group?

Groups gather wherever they want to meet – homes, coffee shops, and online. Typically, most Groups meet every other week, but several also meet weekly. There are groups for everyone, men, women, married couples, co-ed, young adults, and more!

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Frequently asked questions

Groups consist of 8 to 12 people meeting for 12 weeks. They are for adults of all ages, stages of life and spiritual maturity. Our time together includes fellowship, Bible study and prayer.

Most Groups meet in the homes of group members while others meet at our physical campuses.

Groups meet weekly during the school year. Your Group can decide which day and time of the week is best.

Each Group has the flexibility to decide the length of time they will meet for. Most Groups meet for two hours. This time includes fellowship, Bible study and prayer.

Many Groups discuss how to apply the latest Sunday message to their daily lives; however, some Groups may choose to do a topical, Bible or book study.

We have groups comprised of all ages and stages of life. We will help you find a group that is a good fit for you!

Childcare is managed individually by Group. Some Groups rotate childcare responsibility amongst its members, others hire a sitter, and some work out childcare needs according to the individual needs of families.

Groups will meet for 12-week trimesters during the school year.

Though each Group differs in how they do things, each meeting includes social time, Bible study discussion and prayer.

Absolutely! We encourage everyone to check out a Group before making a commitment. We hope visiting a Group will ease any hesitation and answer all your questions.