At UCC, we believe that living life in authentic relationships leads to spiritual transformation.
Life is better together!
Our mission for community is to invite people into authentic relationships that lead to spiritual transformation. Community groups play a vital role in helping relationships flourish in the life of the church. In community we are known, loved, cared for, pursued, encouraged, and challenged to be more like Christ.
At UCC, we have several groups made up of 10-15 people, who meet at various times, days, and locations throughout the week to connect relationally, study God’s Word, and hold each other accountable. Our goal in community is to live out the “One Anothers” of Scripture, which are God’s instructions on how believers should live life together.
To sign up for a group click below and fill out our really short and simply form!
Do I need to know a lot about the bible before I join?
No. Regardless of your knowledge or familiarity with church, God, or the bible you are always welcome to be a part of our community. With that, I can assure you that your knowledge of scripture will not be put in a spotlight and you will find that none of us are bible scholars, or act like it. We simply gather around the truth of the Bible and seek answers and meaning of it together.
Will I fit in at a small group?
Yes, you will. Again regardless of your past, background, familiarity with God or Church, or even your political affiliation, you will not be met with judgement but with love and acceptance.
What do small groups do when they meet up?
While the structure of the group may look different for each group, we all meet up for one reason, community. Whether that is sharing a meal with one another, doing an activity, having a game night, or watching a video lesson our focus is always on community and just being with one another. With that being said, all of our groups will include an element of prayer and reading of the bible in some way for a portion of the night, with a brief time of discussion after.
Will I be put on the spot to answer questions?
No. With the exception of the traditional ice breaker/brief introductions here and there, you will not be forced to speak or answer questions if you aren’t comfortable doing so.
Can I bring my kids?
Yes, please do! All of our groups welcome children of any age. Some even have trusted baby sitters that will watch your little ones during the group for free!