Groups FAQ

Learn more about Groups at North Point Community Church

What is a Community Group?

Community Groups are small groups of five to seven married couples or eight to twelve individuals of the same gender who meet in homes or online. Groups are where people have the opportunity to pursue authentic community and spiritual growth. Groups are provided an initial study from the church.

What do Community Groups do?

Groups commit to spending a predetermined amount of time together for authentic community and spiritual growth. A great group includes time for both relational connection and studies that challenge members to grow spiritually. A typical group meeting will consist of social time, study, and prayer.


How often do Community Groups meet?

Groups typically meet about three times per month for 1.5 to 2 hours. Most groups take breaks during the holidays and summer.

Where do Community Groups meet?

Most groups meet in homes and are formed based on the leader’s location. The majority of groups meet in the areas closest to the church. Once group registration opens, you can filter by area of town to find a group closest to you.

What types of Community Groups do you offer?

Married Couples' Groups

  • Just Married (married within the last two years)
  • Married Without Children
  • Married With Children
  • Empty Nesters

Men's Groups

  • Various Stages of Life
  • Morning Groups

Women's Groups

  • Singles-Only
  • Various Stages of Life
  • Morning and Daytime Groups
  • Moms' Groups
Is childcare provided during regular group meetings?

Childcare is not provided, but we provide a childcare supplement (at a predetermined rate) if you need a babysitter in order to attend regular group meetings.

How do I join a Community Group?

Group registration happens online twice a year, in January and August. When it opens, you’ll have the opportunity to sign up for the group that best fits your schedule.

Sign up for a text reminder when groups are open online.

What other types of groups do you offer?

We offer a number of short-term groups that meet for between four and eight weeks depending on the topic.