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.
What are Community Groups?
Mercy Hill 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. Community Groups offer a safe environment to meet new friends, get more connected to the church, and grow in your relationship with Jesus.
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. 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
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Community Group do?
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 get into a group? Or jump into 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 Re-Group period. To find out more about what Re-Group is, click here!