What if I can't attend the launch event for my group?
Please make sure you communicate that you can’t attend the launch event. If the leader doesn’t hear from you and you don’t attend the event, we will assume you’re no longer interested in joining the group and will release your spot to allow another person/couple the opportunity to join.
If I have registered for a Community Group online, does that mean I have joined a group?
Almost! The group you register for online will be the group you’ll meet at the launch event. Attendance at the event is required to secure your spot in the group. Please let us know if you are unable to attend the event and would like to maintain your spot in the group by 4:00 p.m. the day of the GroupLink event.
I didn't see a group online that works for me. What are my next steps?
Please contact us and let us know what type of group you’re looking for, and we will work with you on next steps.
What happens at the launch event?
The launch event is held at North Point Community Church. You’ll circle up with your new Community Group and have your first meeting. All subsequent meetings will take place in homes.
What is the difference between the launch event and a Community Group?
You will attend the launch event to meet your new Community Group—small groups of six married couples or eight to twelve individuals of the same gender that meet regularly in someone’s home for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer.
Is childcare provided at the launch event?
Childcare is not provided, but we do supplement (at these predetermined rates) for babysitters needed in order to attend the event.