What are small groups? Groups meet throughout the area in people's homes at different times. Groups usually have 8-12 people that meet to talk about Jesus, care for one another, pray together, eat well, and have fun sharing life. We would love to have you jump in and connect to others. You do not have to be a Christian or a part of The Crossing to be in a small group.
What kinds of groups are there? We have groups for men, ladies, couples, singles, empty-nesters, and more.
How do I get in a small group? There are a couple ways: You can join a new group as it forms. You may also let us know you want to join an existing group, and we will help you find a great one. For information about jumping into a group, email us.
Why are small groups such a big deal at The Crossing Church? Gathering together in a large group for worship is central to who we are as a church. But being in a smaller group with people that you know, trust, can laugh with, and depend on over time is one of the best ways to grow. Even though we live in neighborhoods close to one another, it can be easy to go through life with few to no meaningful relationships. But it wasn’t meant to be that way and it doesn’t have to be that way. That is why our strategy for building community, relationships, and growing in faith is through small groups. It is the environment where you can be known and cared for. It allows us to continue to grow as a church without losing the best parts of true community.