Church of the King is committed to "doing life together" through small groups. A small group is a gathering of people designed to provide a loving community with whom we can share life's journey. No matter where you are in the Gulf Coast region, there is a small group for you. Small groups follow a semester schedule – spring, summer, and fall – with a break between each semester.
Small Group Semester
- Spring | January 20th – May 11th
- Summer | June 9th – July 20th
- Fall | September 1st – December 14th
Mondays from 6:30pm–9:00pm at the Little Creek Campus. Children must be 6 weeks to 11 years old and registration is required. Dates for childcare are:
- Spring: January 21 – May 6th
- Summer: June 10th – August 12th
- Fall: September 9th – December 9th
Below you will find a brief description of the various types of groups available to you:
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Connect & Topical groups meet at a variety of times, days, and locations throughout the Gulf Coast region, giving you the opportunity to connect no matter which season of life you are in.
These groups study topics ranging from the previous weekend’s message to marriage, parenting, personal finance through Crown Financial, books of the Bible, etc., helping you to grow in your relationship with Christ and others. Groups are available for men, women, college students, singles, youth, and couples. Come and build long-lasting relationships with people who will encourage you along your spiritual journey.
Crown Financial groups are small groups that cover a ten-week study, giving you the opportunity to discover what Scripture teaches about stewardship, develop relationships with others, receive practical exercises and accountability, and learn about spending plans, debt reduction plans, investing, and giving.
This study is for everyone, regardless of marital status, age, or income. For more information, visit ChurchoftheKing.com/stewardship.
Support groups are life-giving small groups that offer biblical solutions to some of life’s challenges. In these groups, you will find the opportunity to face your challenges with the support, guidance, and encouragement of others. Some of the Support Groups include topics such as DivorceCare, GriefShare, Getting & Staying Sober, and Bringing Home the Prodigals.
Action groups provide you with the opportunity to get involved in reaching our community through neighborhood improvement projects, acts of kindness, prison ministry, nursing home ministry, and much more. These groups are designed to help you use your God-given gifts to reach out to others as you connect with people of like passion and interests.