Why Community Groups?
God never meant for us to live life alone! The Christian life is about relationships and community. God uses other people to help us grow. Through life’s ups and downs we celebrate with each other and support one another. Community groups give us opportunity to develop deep, caring relationships. They provide an accepting environment where we can help each other study the Bible and apply its lessons to our lives. Community groups also provide us opportunity to serve one another, join in fellowship, worship, and prayer, and to encourage one another to reach out in service to our church community, our local community and even consider how we can impact the world with the love of Christ.
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 tells us, “Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor. For if either of them falls, the one will lift up his companion. But woe to the one who falls when there is not another to lift him up.”
How do I join a community group?
Looking for a place where “Everyone knows your name?” Do you want to get more connected with the Valley Church Community? Follow the contact links below. Groups are active and forming in various times, places, ages, gender mixes, and languages.
How can I help start a community group?
If you would like to investigate further the opportunity to be a host, leader, or be a leader’s “apprentice” for one of these new small groups, please contact us. We will provide training and tools which will equip you for these worthwhile facilitating ministries within our community groups.
Who do I contact for more information?
Contact Steve Noble, Director of Community Groups.
Current Community Groups
Search our Groups Directory, selecting “Community Group” as the Type of Group for your search.