Authentic biblical community is our goal for everyone at Grace Church. We believe that life transformation, spiritual care and growth happens best in the context of relationships. We will be starting our Fall Small Group Cycle THIS SEPTEMBER. We would love for you to consider participating in or facilitating a small group.

Groups come in all shapes and sizes – married couples, singles, men’s, women’s, kids, no kids, workplace, under 20, over 40 – the list goes on! No matter where you are in life, there’s a group for you.

Find a group that fits you, or become a Grace Church small group leader and start one of your own.


If you are interested in facilitating a small group we have an exclusive training for new leaders at the beginning of each cycle. We will give you all the tools and resources you need. If you are interested in leading a group for the upcoming cycle click below to “Register to Start a Group.”



1. Do I have to be a member of Grace Church to be in a group?

No. Our mission at Grace Church is to help connect every person — from our core members to our increasing community — into healthy Small Groups. We do not believe the mission is only about those who come into our doors on Sunday but is about the entire Moore County region and beyond. We’re a church with a Kingdom vision.

2. Will I be accepted into a small group regardless of my religious background?

Yes! Small groups are open, accepting environments where love and compassion for one another permeates the group in order to create authentic relationships, or COMMUNITY.

3. Where do small groups meet?

They meet during the week, at varying times, in homes and at the church. Some meet over early morning coffee and others meet in the evenings.

4. Is childcare provided?

Our goal as a church is to make it as convenient as possible for those attending Grace Church to attend a small group. Most groups provide childcare on an as needed basis for a small fee.

5. What happens in a typical small group?

Small Group studies range from books of the Bible, to marriage studies, to practical issues of life. Food and fellowship are shared as meaningful relationships are built. The goal is to grow with each other in authentic relationships and with Christ. Periodically, groups will go out to eat together, or do potlucks in a home, etc… simply “doing life” together.

6. How can I find out more?

You can get more information about small groups by viewing current Small Groups online, visiting the Welcome Center at your campus, or calling the church office at 910-692-6711.