At Reclaim Church, we believe that life is better together. We offer small group gatherings and events to help you connect with others in the church community and grow in your faith together.
We do life together. God did not design us to do life alone. We truly are better together and at Reclaim Church we bring this to life through the combination of Sunday services, special events, and Connect Groups. Sunday services provide us with the faith and inspiration we need to accelerate towards the purpose God has on our lives as individuals and as a church family. As you’ll soon notice, Sunday isn’t enough. We like to keep the party going. Life is an adventure and life with Christ and likeminded believers is fun! We want you to find a close group of friends you can journey through life with. That is why Small Groups exist! There are a lot of things vying for our time and attention. Choose the things and the people who bring you closer to God. As you get connected to one of our groups you will begin to walk into the real, powerful life and the purposes that God has called you to!
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One of the great things about Groups is that they fit with every person’s schedule. Pick the day and time that works best for you then select the group nearest to you that works. Please check with the group leader for specific times. Or, you can start your own group.
Most groups meet weekly. It is up to each Group leader when their group meets. Groups may elect to take periodic breaks throughout the year to best suit each specific group's needs.
Generally an hour-and-a-half to two hours.
All of our groups are “open” groups. You can visit or join at any time. You are free to visit other groups at any point during the semester to determine which group is best for you. We do encourage you to “land” at a group as quickly as you can and try to connect for that semester and then if it isn’t a fit, try another group the next semester.
Though each group differs in how they do things, many groups have social time in the beginning, then they transition to group discussions or Bible study, and then they spend time praying for each other.