What are Community Groups?
WEFC Community Groups are small groups of 8-16 people who meet on a weekly basis, usually in a group member’s home, to study scripture together and learn how to apply biblical principles to their daily lives. During three terms (Fall, Winter, and Spring) throughout the year, Community Groups participate in studies — led by a facilitator — based on recent WEFC sermons. These meetings are designed to encourage greater fellowship within the WEFC church family while providing a friendly and supportive environment for people seeking to grow in their faith.
Why are Community Groups important?
Building a deeper relationship with God and our church family is essential to our growth as disciples. By participating in a Community Group, you have the opportunity to become closer to God and others by discussing God’s Word, caring for one another, and participating in service opportunities. After all, WEFC is much more than a building made of brick, wood, and steel — it is a fellowship of believers coming together to worship and bring glory to God, within the church and beyond.
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” — Hebrews 10:24-25 (ESV)
How do I join a Community Group?
If you are interested in joining a Community Group or need more information, please contact Pastor Mike Conserva. He will work with you to connect you to a group that fits your availability and location.