GroupLink is an event where you can meet people in a similar stage of life and area of town with the goal of forming a Community Group. A host and plenty of staff members and volunteers will be on hand to help you navigate the process of meeting others and forming a group.
Men's and Women's Community Groups
We offer Men’s groups and Women’s groups in the mornings and evenings. Some of our daytime groups are specifically geared toward moms.
Married Couples' Community Groups
We offer groups for married couples in various stages of life—married, married with young children, married with teenagers, and empty nesters.
Married Men and Women
If you are a married man or married woman, you have two options. You can join a Men’s group or a Women’s group, or you can join a Married group with your spouse. We have several options to fit the rhythm of your life. You pick the group that fits you best in this season.
Our next GroupLink events will happen on August 26th at 6:30 p.m. Registration is now open.
Register below for Grouplink on August 26th, 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium:
What if I can't attend GroupLink?
If any of the groups that form at GroupLink aren’t full, we’d love to help you get connected. Let us know that you can't make it and we will email you when online groups open. We’ll post a list of groups with openings a couple days after the event. If one of the groups matches your stage of life and area of town, and is meeting on a night of the week that works for you, sign up online.
Open group listings are active for 2–3 weeks after GroupLink. Openings are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
What is the difference between GroupLink and a community group?
You go to GroupLink to join a Community Group. Community Groups are small groups of six married couples or eight individuals of the same gender that meet weekly in someone’s home or church facilities for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer.
Is childcare provided at GroupLink?
Childcare is not provided, but we do reimburse (at a predetermined rate) for babysitters needed in order to attend a GroupLink event. Childcare reimbursement forms are provided at GroupLink.
is childcare provided for community groups?
We want to create a comfortable environment for groups that is free of distractions, so normally children may not be present at Community Group meetings. We provide childcare reimbursements so that participants and leaders can utilize childcare during group meetings; however, you are responsible for making your own childcare arrangements.
Are there more opportunities to join a group besides at a GroupLink?
In addition to our Community Groups, we do offer Short-term Groups that meet for 6-8 weeks. Watch our Events page or give us a call at 520-393-6280 for more information on upcoming Short-term groups.