Community Groups exist to equip people to live a life in community.
Community Groups are small groups that meet year-round. We have off-campus groups that meet at different times throughout the week across DFW, as well as on-campus groups that meet on Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m.
If you are looking to get connected to a community group or have any questions, we encourage you to review the list of groups on this page and then complete our Community Group Interest Form. A member of our staff will follow up with you.
Multi-Generational, Wednesdays @ 6:30 p.m.
Multi-Generational, Thursdays @ 6:30 p.m.
Multi-Generational, Saturdays @ 4:00 p.m.
Multi-Generational, Saturdays @ 6:00 p.m.
Multi-Generational, Sundays @ 1:00 p.m.
Multi-Generational, Shepherd Leader – Nelson McKinney, Room B211
Women, Shepherd Leaders – Shirley Laughlin & Mary Lou King, Room B212
Multi-Generational, Shepherd Leaders – Enoch & Leslie Paris, Room B213
Sr. Adults, Shepherd Leader – Tommy Riggins, Room B205
Multi-Generational, Shepherd Leaders – Nathan & Sophilia Wu, Room C206
Women, Shepherd Leaders – Tan Oyebadejo & Kathleen Adams, Room B209
Multi-Generational, Shepherd Leaders – Mike Stearman & Steve Miller, Room B210
Multi-Generational, Shepherd Leaders – Rick Coward, Noman & Elizabeth Williams, Room C202
Multi-Generational, Shepherd Leader – Trent Windsor, Room B208
Community Groups exist to equip you to live a life in community with other believers. Christian community is not only Bible study and doing fun things together. Living a life in community means that you are sacrificially participating in the lives of other Christians and allowing them to participate in yours. This is done through many avenues: group Bible study, prayer, encouragement, admonition, confession of sin, and accountability (to name a few).
Community Groups are smaller communities within the larger community of MacArthur Blvd. Each group is led by one or more Shepherd Leaders. These men and women are much more than mere teachers or directors; they assist the pastors of the church in the task of shepherding our people.