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What is a group?

Groups are gatherings of people who meet together on a regular basis. They are drawn together by common interests, a specific topic or activity or a particular demographic. In a typical Group you’ll meet people who live near you, are in the same stage of life as you, or have similar interests. Whether you are reading through a Bible Study together, discussing and wrestling through the weekly talks, serving in some sort of mission project, or sharing a common interest, our Groups are places where community is built and lives are changed.

What types of groups does Journey offer?

We offer a variety of Group types:

  • Connecting Groups – Connecting Groups are focused on an activity to connect people to each other and Journey Church. A Connecting Group mostly draws in those who are new to Journey, but also attracts those who are regulars and want to connect to others or participate in an activity.

  • Growing Groups – Growing Groups welcome all who have a desire to grow and share their spiritual journey. These Groups most often focus on a specific curriculum. Examples are: discussing Journey’s weekly message, studying a book of the Bible, utilizing RightNow Media, etc.

  • Serving Groups – Serving Groups are designed to bring people together who have a desire to serve others with practical tasks.

  • Crash Course — One-time or short-term classes geared toward popular topics such as theology, marriage, parenting, or finances.

When and HOW can I sign up?

Our Groups seasons launch 3x a year (September, January, June). In the weeks prior to our Groups launch, we will provide you with a link to the current season's catalog. We typically release both a print and online catalog to make it easy for you to choose a Group and sign up! If you’re ready to jump in, you can sign up here!

What are the expectations of a group leader?

Since leaders need to be just one step ahead of others, we ask that anyone in a leadership role commits to growing in five key areas. We refer to these as the "6S’s". You can learn about them here.