Small Groups are a big deal. We all need encouraging relationships with other believers.

A Small Group is a community of people connected for discipleship through Bible study, prayer, and spiritually encouraging relationships. At Brook Hills, Small Groups can meet on campus or off, and on any day of the week. Small Groups are organized according to life-stage, community, gender, or just convenient meeting times.

Small Groups function best when the group is small enough for everyone to be involved in the conversation. It may be that Jesus modeled this by choosing twelve disciples. A group that size can keep up with happenings in one another’s lives and be able to encourage each other through prayer and support.

At Brook Hills, some of our Small Groups are not listed. That may happen for a period of time due to rapid growth or the logistics of space and parking. Listed groups are located on our searchable Small Group Directory and are available for download here . You may also pick up a printed copy at the Small Groups Kiosk in the church lobby.

You are welcome to visit a Small Group to see if it is a good fit. Drop-ins are welcome at on-campus groups. The best way to visit an off-campus group is to contact the leader in advance to confirm the time and place. If you need any help finding a Small Group, please contact us. We would love to partner with you in finding a Small Group that fits you.

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Jay Gordon

Jay Gordon

Adult & Small Groups Minister
Aubrey Johnston

Aubrey Johnston

Adult Small Groups Ministry Assistant