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Hope+Elim Groups

Hope+Elim Groups

“We’re better together!” We say that around Hope+Elim a lot! We say it because it’s true. God created us to live in community with one another. In a world of isolation, superficial relationships, and speed, Jesus invites us to experience real, authentic relationships in the church. Small Groups at Hope+Elim are a primary opportunity for growth in community. We believe transformation happens best in relationships centered on Christ. Groups at Hope+Elim all look very different, but hold one thing in common: a desire to see every person growing as a disciple of Jesus Christ.

What are small groups?

Small Groups are groups of usually 6-10 people who meet regularly to read the Bible, pray together, connect in Christ-centered relationships, grow in their relationship with God and serve the world around them. Groups exist for men, women, and couples, as well as age-based groups for young adults and college students.

Simply put, small groups live (Upward) in relationship with God, (INWARD) in relationship with each other, and (OUTWARD) in relationship with the city and world around them.

Up. In. Out.

How can I get connected?

Multiple ways! New groups are launching now!

  • Join a new group by filling out the small group interest form. A member of our team will be in touch to connect you to groups that fit your interests.
  • Check out the list of current groups and classes by searching our calendar or our class listing.
  • Join us for Community Night discussion groups: Bring your current group or join an open group for community night for a meal (5:00-6:30 pm), worship at 6:30 pm with a short message, followed by open small group time. These groups are “come-and-go” and can be joined at any time.
  • Lead/start a new group: If you're interested in leading a new group, contact [email protected] and we’ll help you take the next steps. We’ll train you, and then help you get started forming a group.

Already in a Small Group?

Great! Fill out this form to help us get to know your group. This will allow us to invite you to regular leader gatherings and promote your group.