What are community groups?
You were not created to be alone! Community groups are where you find the people you grow, laugh, and serve with. Groups allow you to enjoy sharing your life with other people while exploring and growing in faith.
What does a community group look like?
Community groups are typically around six to 10 people, in a similar stage of life or with a common interest, who gather together once a week. You’ll share what God is teaching you, challenge each other to dig deeper in God’s Word and pray for each other. We offer community groups for men, women, couples and singles, middle & high school students and college students.
How do I find a community group?
It’s never been easier to find a group at The Church @ Clayton Crossings! You can browse all available options using our search tool below:
Doctrine and Theology
The Doctrine & Theology class is an in-depth study of Christian beliefs studied in a systematic way. God doesn't call every Christian to go off to seminary, but there are certain matters of doctrine—that is, the church's teaching—that every Christian should know & understand. Theology is important because what we believe affects how we live and how we live affects our testimony and witness to those around us. The approach is traditional classroom based with open dialogue/discussion/debate within the class allowing for room to ask questions, state opinions, and grow as a believer.
|Led by: Charlie Metz||For Ages: 18-99||Meets: Every Sunday from 9:00am-10:15am|
|Childcare Available? Yes - At C@CC||Topic:||Group Type: Next Level|
|Location: K150 - Main Campus||Begins: August 21, 2016||Status: Open|