We believe discipleship happens best when we are in relationship with other people, and home groups provide the relationships for that discipleship to happen. It’s for this reason that active involvement in a home group is absolutely necessary for the spiritual health and growth in the life of those who attend Oak City Church.
Our home groups are places for believers and non-believers to meet each week to eat together, have fun together, and apply God’s Word to our lives. When we do this, real life change happens. Each group is led by a deacon as well as a servant team of people who are gifted in specific ways necessary for group leadership.
Our home groups are diverse communities of 8–20 people who regularly meet in homes, coffee shops, or other places around the Triangle. Feel free to check out the one closest to you.
As meeting locations may change some weeks, we recommend contacting the home group leader to verify the meeting location for your first week.
We want to be up front about our home groups. No home group is perfect. But, the great news is that home groups have a solution to this disappointment. We point one another to Jesus, who doesn’t disappoint. We are all imperfect people clinging to a perfect Christ. We call this “gospel community” — relationships that put Jesus’s forgiveness and love right in the middle. It’s fun, hard, rewarding and life-giving.
If you’re interested in visiting a small group, find a day and time that works for you, contact the person listed to make sure the group is meeting that week, and join us for a great night!
General questions about home groups? Contact Patrick Downing, who oversees all home groups.