Community Groups

At GBC, we believe that our greatest spiritual growth takes place in the context of community. Because of this, participation in a Community Group is seen as an integral part of the Christian life at GBC.

Before signing up for a Community Group, we want to ensure that you have completed a Growth Group. Participation in a Growth Group is a foundation for our church body. If you have not completed a Growth Group, use the following LINK to register for a Growth Group.

Registration for a Spring 2018 Community Group will open on January 1, 2018

To register for a Spring 2018 Community Group please use the following LINK. In order to register, you will need to log-in using your GBC Connect account.

Community Group Information

  • Preferences: On the registration form, you will be able to select preferences based on night, (Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday) as well as area of town.
  • Location and Time: Community Groups meet in host homes throughout the city on various nights of the week from 7:30-9:30 PM. If you would like to host the group, please make note of it on the registration form. Groups will begin meeting the week of February 12 and will finish in May.
  • Curriculum: You will be able to pay for the Community Group curriculum on the registration form. You will receive the curriculum at your first meeting. If you are interested in a scholarship for the curriculum cost, email Mimi Epps.
  • Spouse: If your spouse is also signing up for a group, you must complete separate registration forms.
  • Women’s Community Groups: To register for a Women’s Community Group, use the following LINK.

In order to encourage opportunities for discipleship with those older or younger than you, each Community Group is filled with people of varying ages and stages of life. We will do our best to accommodate requests but cannot guarantee you will receive your first preferences.

Topics offered for Spring 2018 Community Groups

Galatians

The Galatians had come to Christ by faith, relying on God’s saving mercy. But certain ones were saying, “In order to keep His favor, you have to maintain His standards by your own efforts.” To safeguard the essence of the gospel, Paul reaffirms in this letter that we can only live right with God by faith in Him and His grace.

James

By faith we are reborn into the family of God. Absolutely, agrees James. But God wants more than justified infants; He wants mature daughters and sons. Faith is foundational, but it must be genuine, proven faith, evident to the world. James’s exhortation is a challenge to Christians of every age to keep growing up.

For any further questions regarding a Community Group, email Mimi Epps.