All of us need a smaller community of people where we can know each other more deeply, share needs, study the Scripture in greater depth, and pray for one another. We talk often of the church being our family, but it can be hard to practically grasp that idea on Sunday morning — Neighborhood Groups take what might seem like a nice abstract notion, and make it a reality. We all have a variety of people in our lives that we’ve chosen to befriend, but Neighborhood Groups are unique in that they are truly a group where the one, final common denominator is our union in Christ.
How do you get started? If you’ve not yet found a group, but attend G&P regularly, then we urge you to not let this be pushed to the sidelines. The first step is simply to look at the map (and list) of groups below, and find the one that is closest to where you live. If the time works for you, then reach out to the host before showing up — many groups share meals together, and it’s good for them to know if extra people will be there on a particular night.
Neighborhood Groups by Location
Neighborhood Groups Contact Info
Groups are listed alphabetically. The name below each group is a link to the host’s email.
Group information was last updated on January 10, 2019.