C GROUPS ARE MEETING TWICE A MONTH AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES AND LOCATIONS:
If you have any questions about c groups which aren’t answered below, please complete this form with your question or comment and our team will get back to you.
The model we are using for c groups consists of meeting regularly, seeking to discuss and practice these disciplines of paying attention to God, to each other, and to the world around us. We begin with a meal together and end with communion. C groups are open to new members and will multiply as the group grows.
We at Heritage believe that the communion table simply put is the gospel and open for all.
Communion is a time for us to remember the self-sacrifice that Jesus made on our behalf. If you feel like someone you have invited might be uncomfortable we would encourage you to let them know that communion will occur and whatever they decided to do, to take communion or to let it pass by is perfectly fine.
C groups are for everyone. Love reaches out and invites in, no matter who you are. We seek to provide a safe place for people to discover on a deeper level the sense of home in following Jesus.
We currently have three different days that c groups meet. Just click on a time & location that works for you and someone from that team will contact you shortly to get connected.
Thank you! We are always grateful for those who want to serve the group in this way. Becoming a part of a c group leadership team is a two part process. Attend the c group orientation and participate in a c group for a period of time as well. This will help you understand and experience the c group model and will give you time to just be a part of a group before taking on the responsibility of leading with a team.
Wonderful! We are really glad you are part of a strong group. We would still encourage you to come to the orientation or speak to someone on the team so that you can understand what is new in Community Life at Heritage.
Really good question. If you have the time we would ask that you join a c group as a participant and then go through the orientation.