They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. All the believers were together and had everything in common. Every day they continued to meet together ... they broke bread in their homes and ate together ... and the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved. (Acts 2:42, 44, 46-47)

God’s vision to bring the Gospel to the whole world began with a small group. We are invited to follow Jesus, but the context for this journey is in community with other people.

Small group communities provide support in times of crisis, change, and stress. You’ll have a sense of stability and security knowing there are people who really care for you and are committed to standing with you.

To be a part of a community is to be a New Testament Christian!

  • Small groups
  • Mentorship groups
  • Topical Bible studies
    • Faculty-led
    • Staff-led
    • Student-led

*While we encourage small groups to be student led and organized, they must have a faculty or staff mentor who is willing to provide accountability, guidance, and leadership to the group. All small groups are approved on a case by case basis.