Do you feel lost in the pews?


The Connect Event is an hour and a half event where you can meet people in a similar stage of life and area of town with the goal of forming a Connect Group. A host and plenty of staff members and volunteers will be on hand to help you navigate the process of meeting others and forming a group.

When you register to attend the Connect Event, we’ll match you with an initial connect group comprised of people who have similar group preferences. If the logistics of this group work for you, great! If they don’t work for you, volunteers will help you find a different group. We don’t assign you to a group. You come to the Connect Event to meet others and decide which group you would like to join.

Our next Connect Event is Friday, June 12, 2020 at 7pm in the Parish Hall.

Check back closer to June to RSVP for the Event!

We need Connect Group Hosts!


Want to make a difference and help people at our church connect? We need Connect Group Hosts in order to make this possible, and it can be as easy as having a heart for people and opening your home. Click the link below to find out more about how you can help.

You need community, and someone in community needs you.


It can be easy to get lost in the crowd. Connect Groups help you feel connected to the community. If you want to have intentional relationships with people who have the same goal, a Connect Group is the ideal place for that. In a Connect Group, eight to twelve adults in the same stage of life and area of town meet regularly for a year or more to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. You’ll be encouraged to live out the truths you discover in the Bible as you encourage others to do the same.

We offer Community Groups for adults in various stages of life.

Basic Information to Know

  • Groups typically meet three out of four weeks in a month.
  • Most of our groups meet socially over the holidays and summer.
  • Each group starts with provided curriculum and then chooses the next topic of interest.


Please contact Edmund Mitchell at if you have any questions about Community Groups.