Journey Groups are the perfect place to meet people at CrossWay while learning more about the calling Jesus has for us to disciple others. Split into men’s and women’s groups, the time together will focus on the uniqueness of how God made us and how we can grow to be more like Him.
Group time will include food, table conversation, and a speaker who encourages and gives the group a challenge to see their entire lives as an opportunity to love, care for, and disciple others. These large groups will meet every other month, with the off-month offering an activity for everyone involved. Journey Groups truly are a great place to connect with other men and women of CrossWay.
- Men’s Journey Group: Saturday, January 27 (7:00-9:00am)
- 2018 Women’s Local Retreat: February 9-11, 2018
- Men’s Journey Group: Saturday, March 24 (7:00-9:00am)
- Women’s Journey Group: Monday, April 23 (6:00-8:30pm)
Build Groups are designed to help equip you to accomplish the command Jesus gave us to “go and make disciples.” These 6-week-long groups have a variety of topics to help you on the journey of discipleship. No matter the topic, you will walk away understanding how to use what you just learned to help connect others to Jesus.
Build Groups have a specific curriculum that is rotated throughout the year. By completing the Group Assessment(desktop/laptop only), you will be guided to the groups that are a perfect fit for where you are on your spiritual journey.
Grow Groups are the heart and soul of discipleship ministry. These meet with a consistent group of people in community, study, and care for each other. Because we are all in different places in life, it is important to offer many different types of Grow Groups. These include affinity groups (groups that meet together based on similar desire, gender, or phase of life) and mosaic groups (varied ages and gender).
One of the unique aspects of Grow Groups is that the majority of them will utilize CrossWay’s customized, sermon-based curriculum. Each week group members will be able to hear a sermon, and then dig further into the topic with Bible study and group discussion.
Check out a sample of our sermon-based curriculum.