Two Cities believes that being a part of a church consists of more than weekly attendance at corporate worship. The week is as important as the weekend. The church consists of a covenant body that lives life together by caring for one another, bearing one another’s burdens, and seeking to help each other grow in conformity to Christ. This means, like the early church, we must spend more than a couple hours a week together if we are going to know each other well enough to carry out these responsibilities. One of the ways we will foster this kind of interaction is through smaller groups that meet weekly to carry out biblical community. It is also our desire that intentional mission will take place through our Community Groups.
Discipleship happens in relationships.
The week is as important as the weekend.
We are a church of Community Groups, not a church with Community Groups.
Stay where you are. Serve where you live. Be the church in your community.
What Is A Community Group?
A Community Group is a smaller expression and extension of our church, and it is primarily the environment where the implications of the gospel are put into action with an emphasis on people living in community and on mission.
Community Groups FAQ
How often do Community Groups meet?
Community Groups meet weekly or bi-weekly.
Who will lead these groups?
There is a role for men and women in leader roles at TCC. Men lead groups of other men, families, and mixed gender groups, while women lead other women and single women’s groups. We have a high standard for those who will be leading groups. In addition to the leader, there can be an organizer for communication, logistics, sitters, and social activities. Another pillar of each group is the host family. They will be responsible for creating a clean, safe, and warm environment for groups.