Community Groups

Travel Together on Your Spiritual Journey

Being in community with other Christ followers is vital to our spiritual growth, which is why we have Community Groups. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we think it’s important to travel with others. Our dream is that group members will connect with each other, grow in their relationship with God, and lovingly serve the communities in which they live.

Find a Community Group

Community Groups are groups of 8-16 people who meet weekly, online or in homes, from September to May to engage in community while diving deeper into the Sunday messages. Typically, Community Groups meet for three 10-week sessions, with easy on and off-ramps.

Community Group signups are currently closed. Click below to be notified when signups reopen in August/September, 2022.


Group Types

Community Group: These Community Groups are intended for individuals from any ethnic background.

Community Group (Asian American): These Community Groups are intended for individuals from the Asian American community.

Community Group (BAAM): These Community Groups are intended for individuals who, through lived experiences, identify with the Black/African American culture and/or have household members who are Black/African Americans. These groups are connected to Blackhawk African American Ministry.

Community Group (Chinese): These Community Groups are intended for individuals from the Chinese community, primarily for those whose first language is Chinese. These groups are connected to Blackhawk Chinese Ministry.

Community Group (en español): These Community Groups are intended for individuals whose first language is Spanish.

Life Stages

College-Age: Young adults who are in college or who are ages 18-22

20s + 30s: Adults in their 20s or 30s

30s + 40s: Adults in their 30s or 40s

Recently Marrieds: Couples who are in their first five years of marriage

Parent(s) of children birth-elementary: Any individual, whether single or married, who have children ages birth to elementary

Parent(s) of middle school and high school students: Any individual, whether single or married, who have students in middle or high school

Life After Divorce: Individuals who have experienced divorce

Empty Nesters: Individuals with children outside the home, ages approximately between 45 and 65

Seniors: Individuals over the age of 65

Multi-generational: Groups with a wide variety of ages and life stages

Lead a Community Group

Community Group leaders are responsible for fostering healthy, Christ-centered community for their groups; it is an important, crucial role! We want to set you up for success, so we take great care in recruiting and training our leaders. Learn more about the qualifications and the steps to apply, and whether this role would be a good fit for you.


Role of a Community Group Leader

We’re glad you are interested in being a Community Group leader!
Community Groups play a crucial role in our church body as they provide a place for individuals to step out of the crowd and into community while growing in their love for Christ, fellow believers, and their community. We want Community Groups to be a place where people flourish, which is why the role of a life group leader is so important! Community Group leaders have the privilege of creating environments in which seeds of faith are planted and watered in the lives of those they lead, while trusting God with the growth (1 Corinthians 3:6).

Since Community Group leaders play such a crucial role, we take great care in developing new leaders. If leading a Community Group is something you feel drawn to, please read through our Community Group Leader Role Description to learn more about the necessary qualifications, expectations, etc. Take some time to process the information and pray about your next steps. Then, if you want to move towards leading, you can fill out our Community Group Leader application. Once we receive your application, we will be in touch.