Small Groups

What are Small Groups?

Small Groups are the life of our church and the key to our growth as individuals. Each small group meets for 1.5 hours; we know people are busy, so our groups make sure to start and end on time. The Small Group gathering usually begins with refreshments and socializing, followed by a discussion focused on life application of the Bible using the English Standard Version. If you’re visiting a Small Group, you can participate in the discussion as much or as little as you’d like. Groups end the evening by taking some time to pray. Try out a few groups and find one that fits you well. If you’re visiting for the first time, it is best to contact the group leader to verify where the group will be meeting that week.

What is a Discipleship Community (DC)?

A Discipleship Community (DC) is a mid-sized gathering of all the Small Groups that meet on a given week night. It gives people the chance to build relationships with those outside of their Small Group in a smaller, more relational setting. You do not need to be a part of a Small Group in order to attend a Discipleship Community, and it’s a great way to meet people in the small group(s) you might be interested in visiting. Discipleship Communities at Foundation Church are led by a DC pastor and give you a chance to socialize over food, listen to a short teaching from the Bible introducing the small group topic for the month, worship together, and have an opportunity to have someone pray for you.

Check out a Small Group

Our groups consist of different life stages ranging from college students, young professionals, married couples and singles. For more information about a group night please contact the group leader.