Community
Groups

Get Connected

One way God transforms us significantly is through being in community with other followers of Jesus. It’s why we want every person at HP Pres to find a group to connect with, in life-changing community.

What is a Community Group?

Community groups help us see the church as less of a building and more of a family to which we belong. They help make a big church smaller and encourage us to bring the truths of Scripture home into our lives.

Our Community groups range in size, frequency, format, and composition. But what they hold in common is a commitment to helping one another be transformed as followers of Jesus.

Our groups are generally 8-14 people that meet weekly or every other week either in-person or virtually through Zoom. We have Couple’s, Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Ed groups that meet at various times and days of the week.

Register for a Community Group

We want our small groups to help people become more like Jesus as they learn to live out Scripture in community with friends who show grace, honesty, and care for each other.

Many of our groups use discussion questions based on the previous Sunday’s sermon to guide their time together. Other times they use a curriculum or read through a particular book to study and grow together. Other times groups will use a curriculum or read through a book on a particular topic to study and grow together.

We’d love to help you find a place in an existing group or start a new group! The best way to get started is by filling out this Community groups interest form:

Find a Community Group

Community Group Resources

Recommended Resources

Whether you're looking for a long-term plan for group curriculum, or a short-term study, there are options for your group.

  • Community Group Starter Kit - This six-session study is the perfect way to kick off or freshen up your small groups.
  • Sermon Discussion Guides - Each week, a sermon discussion guide is sent out via email. If you would like to receive the sermon discussion guide, please let us know by submitting a request below.
  • Sharing Life Stories - It is a great practice to take time to share your life story with each other to build trust and deepen relationships within your community group.
  • Mark Bible Study - This eight-session study walks you and your group through the Gospel of Mark.

Questions?

Ask Our Team

Christi Glasscock
Connections Coordinator