As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.
Care groups are the basic units for Christian community at Grace Community Church. The early church met regularly in smaller groups in each city (Acts 2:46; 12:12; 20:8; 20:20; Rom 16:4-5; 1 Cor 16:19; Phlm 2). And many of the “one-anothers” befit contexts small enough to practice them (Heb 3:13; 10:24-25; Gal 6:2; Col 3:16; Jas 5:16; 1 Pet 4:8-9; Eph 4:32). So, consisting of about 10-20 people, these smaller groups of Grace Community meet bi-weekly to foster gospel community that regularly makes Christ supreme in every area of life. We do this by:
- Seeking to apply biblical truth in specific ways to our lives, so that we might be further conformed to the image of Christ.
- Admonishing one another in the gospel such that by treasuring who God is for us in Jesus Christ, we are compelled to live in ways pleasing to Him.
- Investing in each other's lives to fight sin, treasure Christ, and cultivate brotherly affection and service, as an expression of authentic community.
- With the goal to enter people's lives, bear witness to the love of Jesus, give them a tangible expression of His love in the church, and ask God to make more disciples through us.
1st & 3rd Wednesday
Our local Elgin-area care groups meet in host homes the first and third Wednesday's of the month. We start at 6:30pm and finish up at 8pm. Contact us below for more information.
2nd & 4th Thursday
We have a Care Group that meets in the Norman/Oklahoma City area on the second and fourth Thursday of each month. We start at 6:30pm and finish up at 8pm. Contact us below for more information.
Sign up for a Care Group
We'd love to get you connected to a Care Group in your area. Fill out the form below to get started.
Alongside Corporate Worship and Members Meetings, the Care Group Ministry exists as one of the primary care structures within this church to ensure your growth in treasuring Jesus Christ and regularly making Him known to others.