Pursuing Jesus Christ in Community

Gospel-Centered Community

We exist to bring glory to God by making disciples through gospel-centered worship, gospel-centered community, gospel-centered service and gospel-centered multiplication. This is our mission and process for discipleship. Out of this, gospel-centered community is the context for discipleship, the people you experience Christ with. One of the ways we live out this discipleship trait is through Home Groups and Recovery Groups.

Home Groups

We pursue and live out gospel-centered community through Home Groups. Made up of men and women from all generations of life, these groups meet throughout the week for fellowship, care, prayer, accountability, sharing stories and studying God’s Word. They’re a place where we work to consider each other over ourselves. No group is perfect, and no two groups are exactly the same. We don’t expect them to be. Because people are messy, groups are messy.


Through out the year, we host an event at each campus called GroupConnect. This event look a little different from campus to campus, but across the board, the hope is the same: to connect you into a Home Group where you can find a place to live out gospel-centered community. GroupConnect gives you the opportunity to meet different Home Group leaders and to sign up for a Home Group in your area.

Recovery Groups

We pursue and live out gospel-centered community through Recovery Groups. These groups give men and women a safe place to pursue redemption in Christ from sin and suffering. We meet for two hours every Wednesday at each campus at 7 p.m. The first hour includes worship through song and a biblically based lesson or testimony. The second hour includes small groups that address specific issues and struggles.

The issues addressed in these groups fall into three broad categories: suffering primarily as a result of a person's sin (ex. addictions), suffering primarily as a result of a person being sinned against (ex. abuse) and suffering primarily as a result of a person living in a fallen world (ex. infertility).

Meeting Times

7 p.m. – 9 p.m., Wednesdays, at each campus
Kid Keepers is available for children up to 10 years old on a first-come, first-served basis.

Recovery Groups do not meet at the Dallas or Fort Worth campuses the first Wednesday of each month due to Elder-Led Prayer.