At Four Oaks, we are committed to a New Testament pattern of community that exists beyond our Sunday morning services in what we call Community Groups.

A Community Group is a group of people who do life together and express a particular commitment to the core functions of discipleship, care, and mission. They are led by trained lay-leaders who are given ongoing support and oversight by our elders and pastors.

While each group looks a little different, all groups meet regularly to share a meal, discuss & apply the sermon and pray, connect & care for one another during the week, and look for ways to serve & reach out to new people with the gospel. We also encourage groups to be geographically based in order to help facilitate relationships both within the group and with neighbors.

Throughout the year Community Groups practice rhythms of activity and rest - meeting weekly in some seasons, and gathering with other groups or in social settings in others. Groups typically meet on one particular evening of the week (Sundays - Thursdays) in a member’s home.

If you have questions about community groups or would like to check one out, feel free to complete the form below or contact Erin Kraeft.