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It's about doing life together

Small groups connect us to one another. They aren’t a new-fangled concept. They date back to the very beginnings of church thousands of years ago. In small groups, we get to form friendships, to know and be known, offer support and encouragement, and to grow closer to God. We get to ask big questions and wrestle with tough topics. Most importantly, we get to be together with our brothers and sisters in Christ. We aren't meant to live life alone. We are meant to journey through it together.

Find Your Small Group

Because all people are different and have different needs, we have a lot of different small groups. There are small groups that meet in coffee shops, homes and even at the church. Some are specific to men or women; some are for couples or singles; some share commonalities of life stage or geographic area. Others are a wonderful hotdish of people of different ages, areas and interests. Questions? Contact Lisa Nebel, 952.224.7348.

To help you on your way, we have three ways to join a small group:

Group Connect
Let us help you find your group

Meet people like you and get what you need to start a brand new group with the help of our small group leadership team. Eat together, laugh and connect with new people. When you register to attend we will ask questions to help match you to your new group. Childcare is be available.



Search Small Groups Online

How to use GroupSearch:
•  Click on the down arrow under category and choose a campus
•  Choose a category of interest and then click "Search"

When you click on the group title, you'll see the details of the group. If it is something that interests you, you can send questions or express interest to the leader by clicking "Interested in the group?" on the right hand side.

Group Search


Start a Group
Small Group Leadership Training

Consider leading a small group. It is not as intimidating as you may think. Our training session is an exploratory step to give you an understanding of small groups, the role of a leader, overview of the group forming process, and basic tools to get started in leading a small group. We’ll help give you what you need!