WHAT IS A SMALL GROUP?
Small Groups are groups with a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 12 people signed up that meet in convenient locations all across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to meet some great new friends, learn more about the Bible and grow in faith.
WHY SMALL GROUPS?
The purpose of each small group is to ensure a deeper connection with God that results in living God’s Word, loving like Jesus and being led by the Holy Spirit.
HOW WILL THE SMALL GROUPS WORK?
The mission of small groups at CFC is to create an environment for everyone to learn, grow and mature in relationship with Jesus, family and each other.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I SIGN UP?
When you sign up, the leader of your new small group will contact you with the address of the group’s meeting place, the date and time you’ll be starting, and all the other information you’ll need to have a great experience.
WHEN DO SMALL GROUPS BEGIN?
Spring opportunities are from February–April. Fall opportunities are from September–November.
WHEN WILL MY GROUP MEET?
Groups meet once weekly over the small group session. Each meeting is just sixty to ninety minutes long. It’s a short-term commitment, but the positive impact on your life will be long-term.
WHAT WILL THE PEOPLE IN MY GROUP BE LIKE?
A small group is a group with a maximum of 12 people who attend CFC or who know friends from CFC.
WHY DO I NEED A SMALL GROUP?
By making a short-term commitment joining a small group at CFC, you are having fun, growing personally and growing in faith with others who have similar interests.
IS THERE A GROUP THAT'S RIGHT FOR ME?
Yes. Since there are a variety of groups being offered, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in a small group that will meet your needs and enhance your life.
CAN I JOIN MORE THAN ONE SMALL GROUP?
Yes. Just remember that each small group is around a 9-week commitment.
CAN I INVITE OTHERS TO JOIN THE GROUP?
Absolutely! Invite as many friends, co-workers, neighbors and family as you like. Our small groups are designed to get people connected to our church and to one another. The more people you invite to join your group, the better your group will be.