During this COVID-19 season, we are empowering connection in a few different ways: Community Groups, Triads, Rhythms Together, or House Churches.


Community Groups

Our Community Groups are small gatherings of people that meet together on Sundays as well as midweek. They are the best way for you to grow spiritually, make friends, and serve the city. Each group discerns whether it will meet physically (while observing safety protocols) or virtually or a combination, and the frequency of their meetings.


Inward Prayer Triads

While we live through a pandemic, we must find safe ways to nourish our souls, and for some, this may mean intentionally including a few others in your “bubble,” or meeting with social distance, in order to pray and connect in person.

An inward prayer triad is a group of three people who meet on a consistent basis for the purpose of checking in with one another, listening, sharing honestly, and praying for one another. Please reach out if you need help forming a triad.


Rhythms Together

We encourage everyone to craft a Rhythm For Life—a set of spiritual practices for who God made you to be. Seasonally, we host groups of people who engage the book Rhythms for Life over a ten-week period. Alternatively, you are welcome to invite a handful of people to work through the Rhythms Together process on your own.


House Churches

Some of our Community Groups, or people and their designated bubbles, prefer to meet together in-person (observing safety guidelines) to worship as a House Church. In this case, we encourage you to use our House Church liturgy, watch the weekly sermon and announcement, and make use of the weekly discussion questions.

Due to the limited size of House Churches, sadly most are unable to welcome more people. If you want to host a House Church or see if it’s possible to visit one, please contact us.


We want to help!

We understand that navigating the different options for connecting in community during this season may be difficult. If you’re unsure about how you should connect, please reach out to us. Our pastor, Preston Gordon, oversees all these areas and is eager to help you find your place in our community.

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