We believe discipleship happens best when we are in relationship with other people, and homegroups provide the relationships for that discipleship to happen. It’s for this reason we believe that active involvement in a homegroup is absolutely necessary for the spiritual health and growth in the life of those who attend Oak City Church.
Each year our homegroups follow a seasonal schedule to help us focus on specific areas to help us be better disciples of Christ. These seasons focus on unity, community and opportunity.
In the fall, homegroups take a break from meeting each week in homes, and the entire church comes together on Sunday evenings for a time of teaching, discipleship, fellowship, equipping, and growth. Classes for topics related to evangelism, parenting, finances, and more are offered.
In the winter and early spring, our homegroups meet weekly in homes, coffee shops, or other places across the Triangle. These groups are diverse communities of 8–20 people. Feel free to check out the one closest to you. As meeting locations may change some weeks, we recommend contacting the homegroup leader to verify the meeting location for your first week.
In the summer, our focus is to equip and empower homegroups with the opportunity to go and make disciples. This season gives our groups time and freedom to be intentional with neighbors, volunteer with one of our community partners, or come up with other creative ways to love people and point others to Jesus.
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? Send us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.