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Our Groups browser allows you to find groups online by your own search criteria, as well as view information about all available groups. The Groups browser is tied directly to our Groups database, so the information is updated constantly. Try it out!
Financial Peace University This February
Financial Peace University (FPU) is a plan for stewarding your financial resources. It teaches God's ways of handling money. Our next class session begins February 7, 2016. The class meets Sundays at 9:15 a.m. in Room G108 (Sugarloaf Campus). The cost is $93 per couple. More info and registration...
Doing Life Together
From the time our Lord Jesus Christ left this earth to prepare a place for each of us, the church has been a community that has helped to shape solid marriages, sturdy families and strong relationships. Simply being part of our church will not automatically produce these things--but we know that being part of a local church can make those things much easier to realize. That’s why Cross Pointe is passionate about the concept of doing life together.
Groups are focused on Bible study, fellowship and equipping people to live as effective Christ-followers today. Groups are formed according to similar life stage, age, gender, or goals, and meet weekly or biweekly. At Cross Pointe, we offer weekly Group opportunities at the church on Sundays, and Home Groups to suit your schedule, stage of life and geography.
Home Groups meet in homes off-campus. They're a convenient option for gathering with people near your home. Many Groups meet Sunday evenings, or at other days and times during the week.
Campus Groups are offered at the church. Many Groups meet Sunday mornings, opposite our worship services at 9:15 and 11:00 a.m. Other Groups are offered periodically at the church as topical or Bible studies, ladies classes or special courses like Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University or our Missions Training.
The Acts 2 Church
In Acts 2:42-47, we see that the first century church was centered on four things...
- Teaching God’s Word
- Community fellowship
- Devoted prayer
- Ministry to one another and the community
Though things have changed since then, we believe these foundational truths are as core to the function of the church today as they were 2,000 years ago. We still center our lives on the Word, we still desire to be in community with one another and we still gather together to experience God and to serve the community and the world in His name.
Whether you prefer to meet on Sunday or through the week, in the morning or evening, on campus or in someone’s home, we have something for you. Married or single, working or retired, have kids or not--there is a Home Group or Campus Group opportunity awaiting you.
Huh? I've Got Questions
Read our Groups Q&A, where we've posted answers to the most common questions about Groups.