Community Groups at Six:Eight ...
- have open doors
- are places of growth
- are places to do kingdom
At Six:Eight, our community groups are the heart of ministry. Smaller versions of our expression of church where we grow, experience deeper fellowship & disciple one another. In groups you'll also be encouraged to connect with all church kingdom opportunities in order to practice Six:Eight's vision, mission & purpose to be the hands, feet & voice of Jesus in our community of the Eastern Main Line.
Groups meet weekly in area homes. Prayer, Bible study & fellowship are regular parts of group life & run in three trimesters from September through August. As a reflection of the larger church family, community groups at Six:Eight are typicaly not based on age/life stage, but open to anyone, at any point throughout the year. Therefore, all but one are co-ed. To clarify, we have five regular groups in the current community group year. However, given the serious problem in our society concerning sexual brokenness, we do offer a sixth unique group adressing this issue for men in partnership with the Intentional Warriors ministry - please contact the pastor regarding interest in this group at email@example.com. This unique group is totally confidential.
FInally, we offer a Hot Takes Group for High School students on the second Sunday of the month. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
For all other groups, leader contact information, meeting days, times & locations are listed below. Please feel free to contact any of the leaders for location details & check out as many of the groups as you would like to find your fit. Jump in anytime throughout the year & do not hesitate to get in touch with our community group coordinator at email@example.com with any additional questions.
Childcare (covered by the church) is available at all community group meetings (except for the Intentional Warriors group). If you have little ones, we encourage you to talk with the various community group leaders about what childcare arrangements look like for their group.