Gateway Church

Community groups

Don’t do life alone.

You need people who  know you  and  know God.  

Being part of a church should be more than just weekly worship attendance. God calls you to more than that. The church consists of a covenant body that lives life together by caring for one another, bearing one another’s burdens, and seeking to help each other grow in conformity to Christ.

At Gateway Church, we do this through Community Groups. Each week, groups gather in people’s homes for sermon-based discussion and fellowship. Find out more information below.

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Community Group

We gather on the weekend and scatter during the week.

We are a church of Community Groups, not a church with Community Groups.

Groups are sermon-based and relationship-oriented.

Relationships are built in community.

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How often do Community Groups meet?

Community Groups meet weekly with rhythms of rest scheduled by the Community Group Leader.

Who leads these groups?

Community Groups are led by Community Group Leaders who have gone through assessment and training with Gateway Church.

How big is each group?

The average Community Group is around 10-15 adults.

What content do groups use for discussion?

Community Groups use a sermon-guided discussion model. Groups dig deeper into our previous week’s sermon and Scripture as a means of growing closer to God and one another.

How will groups change and multiply?

Community Groups multiply leaders. One responsibility of the Community Group Leader is to identify and train apprentices who will be sent out to start a new Community Group.