Everyone wants to feel connected and grow spiritually.
When we come to know Jesus as our Savior, we soon learn that God designed us to do life with other people like us. People who want to walk out their faith more consistently day by day. People who help us to trust God more, and ultimately help us to grow in our faith and be part of God’s heart to change the world. Groups are the best step we can take to make a church a family and deepen our faith. Below you can click to find a group, host or lead a group.
“Let us think of ways to motivate each other to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect gathering together as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of His return is drawing near.”
– Hebrews 10:24-25
1. Find a Group
How do you get connected to the Crossroads family of faith? Every week, hundreds of people in the Crossroads family regularly connect in homes or coffee shops throughout Clark County and beyond. Joining a Group helps your church become a family. Your Group will become close and connected like the friends you invite to your house. So step out in faith and find a group today!
2. Host or Lead a Group
Feel the nudge to host or lead a group? Do you love opening your home to guests? Are you gifted in facilitating conversation?
As a Community Groups Host you simply open your home and provide a comfortable atmosphere for your group to come together.
As a Community Groups Leader you help guide the group through discussion questions based on Pastor Daniel’s Sunday message series.
Help people regularly gather in your home, office or favorite coffee shop, or facilitate discussion and care for the members of your group.
All it takes is a small step of faith to find out more about hosting and leading! Want to learn more? Call the Church office at 360.256.9711 and ask for Pastor Ryan for more information.
What People Are Saying About Community Groups
“After joining a group, I am more excited to jump into daily Bible reading and prayer. God has been growing me spiritually and I feel encouraged in my walk with Jesus. Thanks for the opportunity to join a community group.”
“I feel like being a part of our group has helped my marriage and my relationships at work.”
“My group has helped me build closer relationships with many people. Our group has supported me through a hectic job schedule, tough decisions in my life, and even physical issues that I’ve come up against. I wouldn’t miss attending my community group for anything.”
“I love how we learn from each other in our group. Everyone is in each other’s corner, encouraging each other and helping each other grow in our faith.”