CARE Groups

We encourage everyone, Christian or not, to get involved in a CARE Group. CARE Groups provide the encouragement, accountability, and support we all need to live our lives well. We need this because we learn and grow in relationship.

We also believe that small groups are the model for how the church is to function in relationship with God and each other, according to Acts 2:42–47 and Hebrews 10:25.

Our CARE Groups intentionally care for those within the group and always try to reach those who are not yet connected. These groups serve as a vital means for discipleship. If you would like more information or would like to find a group near you, please contact the community pastor in your area:

Idaho: Rob Croyle

Washington: Alex Little

Small groups become Jesus’s model for discipleship by

  • Developing meaningful relationships
  • Growing in faith and the personal application of God’s Word
  • Shepherding people and ministering to their needs
  • Holding each other accountable to the work and grace of God in our lives

Jesus modeled for us the importance of a small group when He met with the twelve disciples. Small groups are an essential part of Christian growth. People will be best brought to wholeness and maturity within an atmosphere of honest and open relationships. This occurs most effectively when men and women commit to meeting weekly with each other in their homes.