We believe that real life change happens best through authentic relationships in small groups. Eastview small groups go beyond just meeting and connecting together. They are the primary vehicles for living out the values we champion at Eastview. With this in mind our desire is to create small groups that will be an irresistible witness to the community. We are committed to introducing people to groups, building up the body of Christ, networking groups to serve, preparing groups to go, and equipping facilitators to grow in their leadership.
HOW DO I JOIN A GROUP?
Joining a group is easy! There are 3 ways to join a group?
Visit the Family Room
Hyperlink to form or use our app to sign up
Attend a connections event. Visit our Event List to find the next connections event and to register.
WHEN DO SMALL GROUPS MEET?
Our small groups meet every night of the week in homes all over our community.
WHAT DO SMALL GROUPS LOOK LIKE?
Our groups typically have 6-14 people who…
GATHER together weekly (Hebrews 10:24-25)
GROW to be more Christ-like (Romans 12:1-2; 1 Peter 1:14-16)
GIVE of themselves in various ways (I Corinthians 12:12-27; Ephesians 4:11-16)
GO on to impact the world around them (Matthew 28:19)
Looking for a study for your small group? Not sure where to start? Check out Study Pathways for a three year study plan for your small group.
If you are a small group host or leader and are looking for resources or curriculum, we have resources available to help assist you in leading your group.
QUESTIONS? PLEASE CONTACT...
Care Groups are supportive small groups that are designed to provide emotional and spiritual growth to individuals who are walking through a variety of life circumstances.
At Eastview, we believe that the care of our members is very important. Because of this, we have different areas where we can assist our members needs, whether that be counseling referrals, help needs and family journeys.
Our mission is to help married people cultivate healthy and thriving marriages. Our strategy introduces couples to what we call the Core 4 Habits of a Great Marriage.