We all want to belong and to be known by others—God created us for community. But whether you’re scared of rejection, think you don’t have time in your schedule or have had bad experiences in the past, being part of community isn’t an option for believers; it’s a necessity.
The “one anothers” are 59 commands the New Testament gives us for how to live in unity and treat others with love, humility and respect. Through Home Groups, we help you pursue biblical friendship and practice the “one anothers” as you share the gospel together. Made up of men and women from all generations of life, these groups meet throughout the week for fellowship, care, prayer, accountability and building up one another in love.
Home Groups aren’t something to observe; they’re something to experience. You are a participant in God’s story, with an active role to fulfill. So how can you begin?
Commit to community.
Attend GroupConnect and prioritize Home Group time.
Practice the “one anothers” together.
Pursue loving, biblical friendships with intention and purpose.
Share the gospel together.
Love your neighbors and share your faith with them.
Several times throughout the year, we host an event called GroupConnect. This event looks a little different from campus to campus, but the hope is the same: to connect you into community.
If you are at the Flower Mound campus and want to participate in GroupConnect, visit Connection Central at weekend services for more information. If you are at another campus, you can check our Events page to see if GroupConnect is scheduled at your campus or visit Connection Central for more information.