At New Breed Church, community groups are a huge part of what we do. We define a Community Group as a family of believers who are in community with the Triune God, in community with one another, and reaching out to the community that is outside of Christ. Community Groups are our strategy for life-on-life discipleship. We would love to have you visit one of our groups: the days, times, and phone numbers of the group leaders are below, so feel free to contact any of our leaders.

 

Sundays Immediately After Church
Barger Home: Led by John Matala

Mondays 6:30pm-8:30pm
Lofton Home: Led by Lance Lofton

Tuesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm
Taylor’s Home: Led by T.C. Taylor & Damien Williams

Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm
Singleton’s Home: Led by Mark Singleton & Michael Matala

 

 

QUESTIONS ABOUT COMMUNITY GROUPS?

Can I go to different community groups?

While we encourage you to check out a few groups to see which one works for you, we do ask that everyone join just one group and stay with that group for the purpose of building deep relationships.

 

What happens during community groups?

During Community Groups we talk more about the sermon from the past week to apply it more to our lives. We pray for one another, and we have a time where we split up into groups of men and women for the purpose of deeper accountability. We also have parties and other activities from time to time for the purpose of growing together, having fun, and engaging people with the Gospel of Jesus.

 

How do I get into a group?

If you visit on Sundays, you can go to the welcome table, where someone will help you find a group to check out. You also can call one of the group leaders for more information about their group.

 

What about my children during group?

We love children at New Breed Church and want you to bring them to community group. We will have activities for the younger kids to participate in during group. We encourage teenagers to participate in group because this is a way for them to have the Christian life modeled to them.