City Groups.

 
 
A City Group is a group of around 12 people with a leader who commit to meet together on a regular basis around a shared purpose or activity. The groups meet for a 10-week term, then come to an end.

 

City Groups.

We would encourage everyone to join (at least) one City Group each term. They are a great tool to help us grow as a family of disciples on mission together – we will get to know new people and encourage each other in our faith as we study the Bible or exercise or create or serve etc.

Who can join a group?

Most City Groups are available to everyone, whether you are a member of City Church or not. They are also a great way to deepen friendships with people or explore Christianity – you don’t have to visit on a Sunday to attend a City Group. If you’re a church member and a friend wants to come along, they do not need to sign up to the City Group, but it would be helpful to give the leader a heads-up that you’re inviting them.

 

Please note: Some groups are open to under 18s as indicated in the group’s description or for church members only.

 

What if there isn't a group doing my favourite thing?

Consider where you could best serve others, or if there is a group that one of your neighbours or work colleagues would enjoy attending with you? Step out and try something new!  And why not volunteer to run a City Group next term or suggest a group that could run?  

How can I join a group?

For a list of our current groups, see below.
If you have any questions, or would like to find out more, please contact Joe, who looks after our City Groups.

 

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