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You were never meant to live the Christian life alone.

Why Join a Group?

Being connected into a group at The Bible Chapel, you’ll experience growth in relationship with God and others, close community, and support through life’s ups and downs. Groups gather regularly to dive deeper into God’s word, pray, and encourage one another. In Hebrews 10:24-25, God calls us to “consider how to stir up one another to love and good works” in order for us to grow: “And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.”



Groups at The Bible Chapel

You were never meant to live the Christian life alone.

Groups are a place where you can delve into God’s Word and grow alongside your brothers and sisters in Christ. They’re also your second family and your first line of care when the storms of life hit.




Digital Community Groups


Praise God that we live in a day and age where digital options allow us to still gather! We’re so excited to share Digital Community Groups (DCGs) as an opportunity to do just this. These groups are a place where you will get connected and grow spiritually. DCGs meet weekly online to discuss and work out how we can apply Sunday’s message in our lives through five discussion questions; it’s also a place to encourage and pray for one another and make friends with other TBC family members.



Hear what others are saying about Digital Community Groups:


“These digital groups are really helping me to see that the church isn’t a building - it’s God’s people - we’re the church. Our Digital Community Group met over Zoom and has really grown very close that we actually have trouble stopping our Zoom meetings on time now.”
Mike Grant, Digital Community Group Facilitator


“I love my Digital Community Group! The ladies in my group have all grown so close since meeting each other a few months back on Zoom; these are now life-long friends.”
- Kim McNeice, Digital Community Group Facilitator


“When I was first asked to facilitate a Digital Community Group, I hesitated because I felt like it was out of my comfort zone; however, I decided to do it for that very reason. It has blessed me and I believe it’s been a blessing to each of the women in my group, as well. I was surprised at how quickly we connected and really got to know each other. We all have a strong desire to dig deeper into the sermon message, read scripture, and learn and grow together. It has been a bright spot in this time of uncertainty!”
- Diane Walker, Digital Community Group Facilitator