At PCPC we believe small groups are important because our union with Christ and growth in the Gospel always happens in the context of community—in our relationships with others. Small Groups provide a place for growth and maturity in the church, particularly in a church of considerable size.
Our hope is to connect the people of our community to one another to encourage growth in the Gospel.
Why should I join a Small Group?
A Small Group is a primary place for growth in Christ to happen. Since we believe that growth happens in the context of community, a Small Group facilitates the relationships and commitments needed to see growth and change over time.
Who can join a Small Group? Who are they for?
Small Groups are for any person who wants to seek deeper and more consistent community at PCPC. You do not need to be a member to join a group, though membership at PCPC is always open and strongly encouraged if you want to flourish.
What type of group should I look for?
Look for a group that is open and nearest to where you live or work.
What do Small Groups do together?
Small Groups typically meet weekly or every other week for prayer and discussion. Think about it as a place to come together with others to discuss and process the intersection of life and Scripture. It is a place where you can open up your life and be known and loved by a small group of people.
What if I have more questions?
Please contact our Director of Small Group Ministry, Erin Golangco, at [email protected] or 214-224-2728, at any time to learn more about Small Groups at PCPC.