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Community Groups

The primary way for you to get connected at All Souls Fellowship is through a Community Group. Our ongoing goal is for everyone who is a part of our fellowship to be involved in a Community Group.

Some groups meet weekly, while others meet a couple times a month. Wherever you are in life and whatever you are looking for, we probably have a group to fit you.


five things that community groups are designed to do:

  1. Provide a place to get to know other people and to be known by them through regular gathering and fellowship.
  2. Provide a small community of people who care for one another in good times and bad – encouraging and looking out for one another through life’s twists and turns.
  3. Provide a group of people who will hold one another accountable as disciples of Jesus – teaching and challenging one another through Bible and book study.
  4. Provide opportunities to serve the church and the community with group projects and advocacies.
  5. Provide a place to worship God in authentic and personal ways recognizing that we are on this journey together.


Core Values and Purposes of Community Groups

Gospel Community. The gospel creates a new community. Growth in the Christian life cannot happen apart from significant, encouraging, face to face Christian relationships. The Bible assumes a substantial community life among the people of God.

Gospel Change. The gospel is the only power to transform lives. Community Groups are the front-line of pastoral care in the church. They exist to apply the gospel to both seekers and Christians, through worship, Bible study, sharing, prayer, mission.

Gospel Movement. The most strategic role in the church is a skilled group leader. Lay group leaders, coordinators, and directors fulfill the role of the general office of believers. Ongoing support is crucial to help leaders do their job well. Community Groups are committed to multiplying by developing apprentice leaders and encouraging the start of new groups.


Still got questions?

Please contact Mike St. Denis at



“Christian community is the place where we keep the flame of hope alive
among us and take it seriously so that it 
can grow and become stronger in us.” 

-Henri Nouwen