Community Groups

The earliest Christians in Jerusalem often met in dynamic ‘house-churches’ to break bread after attending the temple together. Worshipping God in homes was a very personal experience shared with other people.

Community groups meet regularly throughout the week in the homes of many different members of our church. Groups provide opportunities to fellowship with one another, study God’s Word, minister to each other, support each other through prayer and encouragement, and reach out to the neighborhood.

The homes that groups meet in are located around the Valley, including:


  • Arcadia
  • Scottsdale
  • North Phoenix
  • East Phoenix
  • the Central Corridor.


Many groups are intergenerational and encourage fellowship between those at different levels of maturity. Other groups focus on specific stages of life, including Young Married Couples, High School Students, and Young Adults and College Students.

To become part of a community group, contact Pastor Julian Gibb,

“And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they received their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having favor with all the people.”–Acts 2:46-47