Community Groups

“The process of being known is the vessel in which our lives are kneaded and molded, lanced and sutured, confronted and comforted, bringing God’s new creation closer to its fullness in preparation for the return of the king.” - Curt Thompson, Anatomy of the Soul

Purpose

Here at Christ Presbyterian Church our primary focus is to join with God in his process of conforming his people to the image of Christ. Towards this end we provide opportunities every week to join together outside of corporate worship to experience community and encourage one another in the faith. 

Locations

We encourage people to be involved in a group that is close to them geographically to foster relationships with those living in close proximity to us, our neighborhood, and our surrounding community. Currently we have four groups meeting in the following locations:

East (Toccoa, Sunday Evening)

West (West Habersham/Cleveland, Wednesday Evening)  

Central (Clarkesville, Wednesday Evening) 

South (Baldwin, Wednesday Evening)

Details

Community groups are smaller gatherings (8-12 people) that take place in the intimacy of a home where spiritual and relational growth is fostered in the context of daily life. Our Community Groups are intentionally diverse, drawing people together from various life stages with the purpose of creating space for each of us to be known. In addition to fellowship, each group meets for approximately 90 minutes to share burdens, pray together, and engage in a deeper conversation about the sermon as we seek to apply its truth to our lives. Groups meet each year from August- December and January to May with seasons of rest during the summer and after Christmas.