We often overlook the fact that much of Jesus’ ministry was spent with the people that he loved. He ate meals with them, prayed with them, discussed the truth with them, and cared for their physical and spiritual needs—and he calls his followers to do the same.
What is a Community Group? Whether you’re a long-time follower of Jesus or you’ve barely heard of him before, Community Groups are the place where we help one another grow in our understanding of who Jesus is and how he brings fulfillment and hope in life.
What do Community Groups look like? Every week a small group of people meet together to eat, pray, and discuss how the gospel applies to our lives. As you grow closer to the people in your group, you’ll find a place where you’re welcomed and wanted as well as cared for and challenged.
Are Community Groups a good fit for me? If you’ve never needed help with anything and never wanted to be part of something bigger than yourself, then Community Groups aren’t the place for you. (And you might not be human either.) But if you want to explore what it means to follow Jesus in a humble and relaxed environment, then consider joining a Community Group. (You won’t regret it.)
For more information about Community Groups, contact , visit the Connection Desk on Sunday, or fill out this form. We'll help you find a group that's right for you.
Click the green pins for more info, or view Remnant Community Groups in a larger map.
View Community Groups in a larger map
Mike and Amanda Cowgill // 6:30pm
Jason and Ashley Elliott // 6:00pm
John and Mary Ann Rimmer // 6:30pm
Ryan and Laura Lauterio // 7:00pm
Kyle and Ashton Tower // 7:00pm
Doug and Jessica Ponder // 7:00pm
Bree and Jessica Hierholzer // 7:00pm
Josh and Chantel Soto // 7:00pm
Quinton and Courtney Waters // 7:00pm
Sean and Meghan Pyle // 7:00pm
Ricky and Audrey Love // 7:00pm
Bryan and Paige Laughlin // 7:00pm
Matt and Ryan Williams // 7:00pm
Matt and Sandra King // 7:00pm