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.


Arcadia I • 44th St.  & Camelback • Chuck Savale • Friday

Arcadia II • 44th St.  & Camelback • Philip Bassous • Tuesday

Arcadia III • 40th St.  & Thomas • Chuck Patton • Friday

Biltmore • Jim Blakely • Thursday

CBC Campus I • Gary Balok • Sunday (AM)

CBC Campus II (Men’s) • Gaylard Moore • Friday (am)

CBC Campus III (Women’s) • J.E. Lindner • Monday (am)

CBC Campus IV (Young Adults) • Austin & Karlie McGrath • Sunday

Central & Camelback • Bill Lindner • Tuesday

Central & 12th St. • Nate Perkins • Tuesday

East Central I • 46th St. & Thomas • Paul Statezny • Friday

East Central II • 44th St. & Indian School • Bill Eaton, Jr. 20th St. • Sunday

Moon Valley • 7th St. & Thunderbird • Paul Van Liew • Saturday

Paradise Valley I • Tatum & Lincoln • Clint Magnussen • Monday

Paradise Valley II • 44th St. & McDonald • Scott Whyte • Saturday

Paradise Valley III • Tatum & Shea • Hank Tomlinson • Thursday

Scottsdale (Women’s) • Chaparral & Hayden • Elaine Hull • Thursday

Tempe / Mesa • Alma School & Rio Salado • Jeff Watson • Tuesday


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


COMMUNITY: God created us to be in community. From hanging out, sharing a meal, studying and serving together, you will experience Gospel-centered community in our Community Groups.

APPLICATION: As groups work through a sermon series or other studies, we seek to apply God’s Word directly to our daily lives, connecting our heads to our hearts.

MISSION: Each community group is challenged to find ways to have an impact in our community, not only bringing the gospel in word but also in deed. We endeavor to meet both the spiritual and physical needs of others in Jesus’ name.

PRAYER: Prayer is the foundation of all that we do as a community group. No growth in community, application, or mission will take place apart from the working of God’s Spirit.

“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