Community Groups at St. Charles
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.
We currently offer a variety of Community Group at St. Charles.
Young Adult Community Groups are a great place for young adults to gather in meaningful community to study God's Word, have fun together, and challenge each other to become more like Jesus.
Click here to connect to Primetimers, our 60+ Community Super Group at the St. Charles Campus.
Click here to connect to the new 60 Plus Super Group on Monday evenings at the St. Charles Campus.
Married Couples Community Groups are designed to impact your life and marriage as you develop supportive relationships with other couples.
In a Men's Community Group you will be challenged and encouraged as you seek to be the man, the leader, the husband, and the father God calls you to be.
Mixed Community Groups are open to anyone who is 18 or older, regardless of age, gender, or marital status.
Women's Community Groups offer a place for you to connect with other women, build friendships, and study God's word.
St. Charles - Adult Ministries
Lorie is originally from Southern California, but spent many years in Boston and really considers herself to be an east coast girl. She has a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus on women's issues from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She oversees our Women's Ministry.
In her spare time...well, she has no spare time. Time away from ministry is spent enjoying her husband and three boys.
Leah grew up in West Dundee, Illinois and received her BA in Education at the University of Iowa. Leah, her husband, Steve, and their three children began attending Christ Community Church in 2003. She has enjoyed being involved with women's and student ministries over the years. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading a good book, and gardening.
Lee was born in the Wicker Park area of Chicago and spent his early life slowly moving west, to the Austin District, Oak Park, Elmhurst, and, finally, Batavia. An alumni of Morton College, Lincoln college, and later, Moody Bible Institute, Lee spent 29 years in the meat division of a local grocery chain. Lee has been married over 40 years to his wife, Deb, and have three adult children and four grandchildren. He loves basketball, hiking, camping in Colorado, and sharing his faith with seekers
Jeannine was born and raised in Champaign, IL. She is married to her high-school sweetheart Jason and they have two children. They have been attending and serving at Christ Community Church since 2008.
She enjoys scrapbooking, playing volleyball with her family, biking, and cheering her son on in baseball.