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Church is not just for Sunday mornings. We are created to experience deep levels of community with other believers, and one of the best ways to grow spiritually and live life with fellow Christ followers is through a Community Group. A Community Group is made up of 10-14 people committed to regularly meet in a home to study God's Word, share life's challenges, pray, encourage one another, serve together, and have fun! Community Groups at CPC meet across the Peninsula for all ages every day of the week, each led by trained community group leaders. So what are you waiting for? Join and engage in a Community Group today.

Below is a list of Community Groups as well as a registration form.

Finding and Joining a Community Group

To see a list of community groups, click the box below. Once you see a group or two that interests you, click on the corresponding campus button (the campus you attend) and fill out the interest form and either Darcie or Monica will get back to you.

Got Questions?

If you have questions and attend the Foster City Campus, contact Darcie!

If you have questions and attend the South Campus, contact Monica!

FAQs

What is a Community Group?

A Community Group is made up of 10-14 people who meet together regularly in homes to study the bible, pray, enjoy fellowship and care for one another.

Are they co-ed or same sex?

We offer a variety of groups; from young families to empty-nesters, most are co-ed, a few are men’s and/or women’s groups.

When do they meet?

Most meet fall through spring, since we have a variety of groups, they meet at different times and days.

Where do they meet?

Since we have a variety of groups, they meet at different locations, but they all meet in homes.

Can I drop-in or visit a group?

We don’t have drop-in, but if you would like to visit a group, please let us know, we will help you get connected with the group leader(s) to make arrangements for a visit to the group.

Is babysitting provided?

Each group with children, decides together how they will handle childcare.

How often do they meet?

They vary, most groups meet every other week (fall through spring) other groups meet two times a month (fall through spring). A few meet year round.

Do I have to attend every meeting?

You’re not required to attend every meeting, but we ask those who join a Community Group, to make a commitment to attend on a regular basis. We have learned that experiencing community requires commitment to attend and participate regularly.

May I Lead My Own Group?

There is a process for becoming a community group leader. We are careful to prepare and develop each Community Group Leader, Co-leader and Host. If you would like to find out more about what it means to be a Community Group Leader or Co-leader, please complete the Community Group Leaders Application. We would be glad to connect with you about these vital ministries.
Community Group Leader Application

May I Host a Community Group in My Home?

If you would like to find out more about what it means to be a Community Group Host, please complete the Community Group Host Application. We would be glad to connect with you about these vital ministries.
Community Group Host Application

Questions?

Foster City Campus contact Darcie.

South Campus contact Monica.

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