Your spiritual life may be personal, but that doesn’t mean it’s supposed to be private.
Community groups are the primary expression of biblical fellowship at Providence. They’re a place for you to study God’s Word alongside others and experience accountability, encouragement, and support. Your community group is a place to be known and know others.
What to Expect
Community groups meet in homes across Collin, Denton, and Dallas Counties, primarily on Tuesdays and Thursdays. While the personality of each group looks a little different than the next, all groups reflect the Providence community and emphasize times of Bible study, prayer, and mutual encouragement.
Groups are assigned based on geographic location, meaning you will be around the people who live closest to you. This also means that you’ll be doing life with people from various generations and diverse backgrounds. Over time, these people will likely become your closest friends and sources of support.
What about my kids?
We want the entire family to experience community together while offering parents freedom to focus on conversations around them. Each community group arranges its own childcare, often times in the same home where the parents are meeting. When you join a group, your leaders will walk you through the arrangements.
GroupConnect is the best opportunity for you to meet others, learn more about the values of group life at Providence, and get the answers to your most pressing questions. You will even leave having been connected with your new leaders! GroupConnect happens twice a year at the beginning of the fall and spring school semesters.
Next Gathering: August 6 | 6:30-8:00 PM
Explore Open Groups
Too excited to wait for the next GroupConnect? You can browse open community groups online, find one near you, and even connect with the leaders to learn more. You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org for personalized help in finding a gathering that works best for your family.
More Connection Opportunities
Freedom Groups are a place for people to discover victory over stubborn strongholds and experience hope for enduring suffering. In these groups, we get to the root level of these struggles, looking at them through the lens of the gospel.
During the school year, men’s and women’s Bible studies offer an amazing opportunity to dig deeper into God’s Word with others. These groups meet at the church and focus on building a better sense of biblical literacy.
Gospel Outreach Teams
Gospel Outreach (GO) Teams are close-knit groups of individuals learning how to share the gospel and putting it into practice. Involvement in GO Teams is a commitment for a semester and includes a combination of study and evangelism.
Empty Nester’s Group
This group is designed for older adults who are looking for fellowship among others their same age. They enjoy potlucks and other events to support one another. These gatherings serve as a supplement to time in community groups.
Grandmas in Prayer
This special group of older women meets weekly on Thursday mornings to pray for their families, the church, and the world around us. The meetings start in a larger group format before ladies pair off for more in-depth prayer and fellowship.
Foster & Adoption Moms
Foster care and adoption are powerful ways to demonstrate the gospel. But the process and the challenges aren’t for the faint of heart. This support group is for moms living with the joys and challenges every day.
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