Groups

We believe​ life is better when we do it together!

What are they all about?

Community Groups are an environment for you to grow in your walk with Christ, build relationships with others, be cared for, and be challenged to use your spiritual gifts within the context of the local church. Community Groups set us up to do life together and grow in our faith.

What do they look like?

Community Groups are typically around ten to fifteen people – in a similar stage of life or with a common interest – who gather together in homes, restaurants or other places in the community. During group time, you’ll share what God is teaching you through the weekend sermon, hangout, have fun, study God’s word, and challenge each other to grow deeper in your faith.

What type of groups are there?

Men

For ten weeks in the spring and ten weeks in the fall, men gather on our campus for a Bible study called Momentum. This meeting challenges men to be proactive leaders in their homes, church, community, and workplace.

Women

We have women’s Bible studies that meet on and off campus every week, and challenges women in their spiritual walk with Christ.

Community

We have groups that meet off campus twice a month within a home, restaurant, or other places within the community. This is where the vast majority of our community group ministries take place, and is what you would think of as the typical, “home group Bible study.”

Recovery

Some people need to be ministered to before they can minister to others. If that’s you, Mosaic provides a safe place for people to talk through specific sin issues and struggles every week on our campus. These groups give men and women a safe place to pursue redemption in Christ from sin and suffering. Groups include: Celebrate Recovery, Grief Share, Divorce Care, and our Family Support Groups that help families cope with a family member struggling with addiction.

How do I join?

We strive to make joining community groups as simple as possible. You can either fill out our Connect Card with the appropriate information and indicate that you are interested in knowing more about community groups, or you can visit