Small Groups are how we care for each other.
Hosting a Small Group
You don’t need to have it all together to host a Small Group—you just have to be willing to let God use you. To host a group, you simply choose a topic that interests you and select a time and location to meet with others to share it. Then, we give you a few essential tools like first-time host orientation, a directory where others can find your group, and support throughout your time of hosting your group. We believe God uses Small Groups to change people’s lives, and as a Small Group host, you get to be a part of that.
Freedom Groups gather weekly to discuss the Freedom Small Group curriculum, which is designed to equip you to live the victorious and abundant life Christ came to give you.
RE|NEW is a biblically-based study that helps any couple at any stage of their relationship to reconnect, reignite, or resurrect their marriages.
Common questions about Small Groups
What happens at a small group meeting?
You’ve probably seen Small Groups meeting and not even realized it. A small group looks like friends at lunch, teams playing basketball, or people studying a book or topic of interest. At its core, a small group is a small gathering of people, and it is less about what you do and more about who you do it with. By participating in Small Groups, you can expect to connect with others through a common activity, engage in life giving conversation and request prayer.
How often does a small group meet?
Our Small Groups meet throughout the year depending on the type of group. During the year, most groups meet weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. Small Groups are meant to bring meaning and community into the flow of your life, so even if you can’t attend every meeting, there is still great value in joining a group.
Where do Small Groups meet?
Small Groups happen throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It is likely that there is one meeting near you.
How long does a typical Small Group stay together?
Most Small Groups meet different durations of time depending on the nature of the group. This way, new people can join groups easily and regularly. Groups members are encouraged to try multiple groups each year if they choose. As relationships form, some groups choose to stay together, but new members are always welcome when groups are open.
What if I don’t like the first group I try?
The truth is, not everyone will find the best fit with the first group they try. This is why we encourage you to select a few groups that interest you, contact the host and try out a couple different groups before choosing the best one for you. The simple strategy to finding success in Small Groups is to not give up. We believe there is a group that is right for everyone—including you!