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We believe Church is more than an hour on a Sunday. The Church isn’t a building, it’s a people. As a result, we connect with one another throughout the week – not just on Sunday – in groups small and large. These expressions of community take on different shapes, sizes, and purposes, but they have one thing in common: they are committed to walking together in learning to love God and love our neighbors.

Our primary expression of community is Community Groups (learn more below), but there’s other opportunities you probably won’t find on the website that is sprouting up all over the city. In order to help you find the best fit in community, we’ve created a quick, easy form to help us find out how we can best serve you.

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COMMUNITYGROUPS

Community Groups are gatherings of people of various sizes and demographics, usually between 3-15 people. They’re purpose is simple: to meet regularly to grow, share their stories, and learn to love one another. These groups can take various forms, but they have 4 things in common:

  1. Consistency: We will make life together with others an established rhythm in our lives. 
  2. Intentionality: We will give our focus to growth in the practices of faith we share together.
  3. Vulnerability: We will open our story to others and experience love through both challenge and encouragement.
  4. Hospitality: We will be a welcoming presence to others by creating environments where love can take root. 

CURRENT COMMUNITY GROUPS

Empty Nesters Community Group

When: Monday, 6:30-8:30pm, every other week
Where: Various Locations
Kid Friendly: Sometimes 🙂
Contact: Bryan

Monday Night Community Group

When: Tuesdays, 6:30-8pm
Where: Central Lexington, Kenwick Neighborhood
Kid Friendly: YES!
Contact: Bekah 

Thursday Night Community Group

When: Thursdays, 6-8pm
Where: Various Locations
Kid Friendly: YES!
Contact: Justin

Saturday Night Community Group

When: Saturdays, 6pm
Where: Nicholasville (Strang’s House)
Kid Friendly: YES!
Contact: Hannah

 

 

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