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. Many of our Small Groups are active in the community, serving our neighbors on a regular basis. 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 Galatians. Meets in McGowan 117/118. Facilitated by Steve Foster.


  • Financial Peace University: This class will educate participants in the Dave Ramsey model for finanical planning. Cost is $109 each (scholarships available). Register here. Meets in Belk 219. The class meets 10am-11:30am. Facilitated by Jason Burk and Erin Dean. 


  • Gospel-Centered Life: Lots of Christians talk about the gospel, but how many really understand the gospel and know how to apply it to their lives? The Gospel-Centered Life helps participants understand how the gospel shapes every aspect of life. Meets in Howerton Cafeteria - Side Dining Room. Facilitated by David Taylor. 


  • 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 "Lessons From Saul, David, and Solomon." Taught by John Akers in Graham Chapel.


  • Merge: The Merge Class is focused on exploring big picture ideas behind the Christian faith and Jesus-following as it relates to today's Christian walk. Through video teachings from various leaders and group discussion, there is a Sunday School setting with a philosophical vibe. It is not age-specific and open for all. Meets in Lower Belk Lobby. 


  • Proverbs: Wisdom to Live By: What does it mean to live a life of wisdom? Solomon's Top Ten provides God's perspective on living wisely. This is a 7 week class (Sept. 9 - Oct. 21). Meets in Belk 148. Taught by Owen Lovejoy.