Life is meant to be lived in community, not alone.
CONNECT IN FRIENDSHIPS - GROW SPIRITUALLY - SERVE OTHERS
Whether you are exploring faith in God, are a new believer, or you have been a long-time, committed follower of Jesus, we believe you will both enjoy and benefit from becoming a part of a Community Group.
At the Pursuit Church, Community Groups are usually groups of 8-15 people that gather weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly in different locations around the Front Range. They are one of the best ways to connect in friendships with others, grow in your journey of faith, and impact the community together.
How do I get in a Community Group?
Rooted is your first step to joining a community group. You can find more info on Rooted here. If you are not connected in a community group, we would love to help you find one.
When, where, and how long do groups meet?
Groups typically meet in homes, on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, and usually last around 2 hours. Groups run in 3-month intervals. Some groups stay together for many years while others choose to start and stop based on schedules and life stage.
Spring schedule: February, March, April
Summer schedule: June, July, August
Fall schedule: September, October, November
Are there groups for my life stage or interest?
Yes. We do our best to make sure that you will find a group that you connect with. You may be looking to be in a group with people in the same life stage as you, or you may be looking for a group that covers all ages and stages. Or, you might want an active group like golf or running. We have them all!
What do groups discuss?
Our groups vary from activities like golf and running to financial programs to in-depth Bible studies.
What About Childcare?
Childcare is handled on a group-to-group basis and is not provided by The Pursuit Church. We recommend groups share the cost of a sitter to either watch kids at the group location or designate another home for shared childcare. You are also welcomed to think creatively about how to involve your children during your group time.
Interested in leading a Community Group?
Community Group leaders play a crucial role in the life of our church. They are on the front lines of ministry, impacting Larimer County and beyond with the transformational love of Jesus. They are shepherds to the groups they lead, cultivating and creating environments of spiritual growth and mobilizing members to lifestyles of service.