What is a Community Group?
A Community Group is an intentional community consisting of 3 to 12 people who meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth, friendship and support. It's a safe place to study the Bible, share your life, and ask tough questions. Community Groups meet 2 or more times a month, though weekly meetings are most common. Groups gather at a member's home, on the church campus, or even in a local restaurant.
Check out the video below to catch a glimpse of Community Group life:
How do I get connected?
Community Groups welcome newcomers throughout the year. Click on the Campus links below or a group type on the left to get the connection process started. Feel free to try a few groups to find the right fit for you.
At Aurora, we offer a variety of groups for 20s, 60+, married couples, men, and women. We also offer a 60+ monthly event and mixed adult groups.
At Dekalb, we offer groups for 20s, married couples, men, and women, as well as mixed adult groups.
At St. Charles, we offer groups for 20s, married couples, men, and women, as well as mixed adult groups. We also offer two Super Groups for 60+.
At Streamwood, we offer groups for 20s, men, and women, and married couples, as well as mixed adult groups.