Small Group Ministry


Christ Community is excited about our small group ministry and how it enables us to know Jesus, to be known, and to make Him known. Learn more about small groups and how you can join!

Bible Study and Prayer Groups


Here at Christ Community Church we believe that growing in faith is facilitated within the context of community. Our excellent teaching on Sunday mornings is supported by opportunities for you to grow in the Word through regular Bible study and prayer in the context of small groups.




Men's Prayer Breakfasts: We have several different locations where men meet to eat, share and pray together before their workday begins. A regular Men's Prayer Breakfast takes place Saturdays, 7:00 am, on the 4th floor of The Henry Building.

Adult Sunday School Opportunities





  • Carpenter’s Union: A lively inductive study of the Bible, studying I Corinthians. Meets on the lower floor of the Chapel of the Prodigal. Taught by Steve Foster.


  • Collide: Conversation for college age and young adults. Meets in Belk lower lobby.


  • Gospel-Centered Parenting: This small group will focus on the application of the Gospel to parenting children in a post-secular culture. Includes discussion, instruction, media, mutual engagement, stories, and best practices in light of Gospel-centered parenting. Led by Bill & Lynn George. 


  • Inspiring Community: Storytelling creates connections. We hope to start conversation that will connect us as we share our faith in stories. Join us in Howerton Dining Hall. 


  • Listening Prayer: If you'd like to pray or to receive prayer led by the Holy Spirit, join us in the Admissions Room at Gaither Hall's front entrance. Facilitated by Stefan Stackhouse and Amy Leach.


  • L. Nelson Bell Class: Current series is "Understanding God's Word: Joshua, Judges, and Ruth." Taught by John Akers in Graham Chapel.