COMMUNITY GROUPS

Discipleship Happens In Community!

So you’re interested in a Community Group? Great! On this page, you’ll find out how to get connected,
what happens each week in Groups, and why we believe they are essential to the Christian life.

Check out Discover Groups!

Discover Groups gather on Thursday nights at our Regional Campus for four consecutive weeks to meet new people, discuss the weekly sermon, read God’s Word, and pray for one another. Childcare is provided. Sign up today for the next session!

Why Community Groups?

At Mercy Hill, we strongly believe that discipleship happens in community. At its core, this means that we were designed to follow Jesus in the context of relationships. Community Groups are intentional gatherings of 10-15 people (on average) that meet together once a week in homes across the Triad to study the Bible together, pray for each other, and build authentic Christian community. When we are intentional to surround ourselves with others who share the same desire to pursue a relationship with God, we will experience the life-changing power of the Gospel.

• Safe & Supportive Community
• Build Lasting Relationships
• Learn How To Apply Scripture to Life

Community Group FAQs

What happens in a Community Group?

Groups spend time each week building relationships with one another, discussing how to apply the sermon to our lives, and praying for each other.

When can I join a group?

Currently, our Community Groups run on 10-week sessions separated by a break to rest and then we regroup as we ramp up to the next 10-week session. The best time to jump into a group is during the ReGroup period.

What content do Community Groups study each week?

The content for our groups is sermon-based, so groups discuss the passage from that week’s sermon and how it applies to their lives.

How are Community Groups led?

Each group has trained and experienced leaders that facilitate the discussion and communicate to the group through various mediums (ie: text, email, or other mobile application) throughout the week.

What time do Community Group meetings start, and how long do they last?

Group meeting days and times vary and generally last about an hour and a half. Childcare is not generally provided.

Community Groups are structured as 10-week sessions. Every 10 weeks, we’ll take time to Re-Group. You can either choose to commit to another session with your current Group or sign up for a different group if needed.

ReGroup: Your Opportunity to Sign Up for Community Groups at Mercy Hill

We get it. Life is crazy and schedules are always changing, that’s why Community Groups are structured as 10-week sessions. Every 10 weeks, we’ll take time to ReGroup. You can either choose to commit to another session with your current Group or sign up for a different group if needed. The goal is that these groups meet the demands of life while continuing to help you follow Jesus with others. We strongly believe that Community is vital to discipleship and encourage everyone to sign up for a Community Group this session!

Are You Already in a Group?

Great! If your group works for you, we encourage you to stay with that Community and continue to grow your relationships with those brothers and sisters in Christ. To help us stay on track with group openings, please be sure to commit to your existing group for another 10-week session. We look forward to hearing how God moves within your group!

Commit to My Existing Group

Your current Community Group Leader will provide you with the opportunity to commit to your current group at the end of the Groups Session.

Need a Group?

Whether you’re new to Mercy Hill or looking to join a group, you can simply sign up for a Community Group that works for your life and your schedule. Click below to browse options for Community Groups. Once you commit to a 10-week session you’ll hear from your leader about next steps. We’re excited to have you join us!

ReGroup FAQs

What is ReGroup?

ReGroup is the way to sign up for a Community Group at Mercy Hill for the upcoming Session.

How do I commit to my current Community Group for the next Session?

Your current Community Group Leader will provide you with the opportunity to commit to your current group at the end of the Groups Session.

If I don't sign up, do I "lose" my spot in my Community Group?

You will not automatically be removed from the roster of your current community group. However, if you are not able to attend this session, we would encourage you to find a group that works for you in this season.

How long is a Community Group Session?

Community Groups are structured as 10-week sessions. Every 10 weeks, you can either choose to commit to another session with your current Group or sign up for a different group if needed.