Every Day in Every House
Our vision for Gateway this fall is connecting to Christ and connecting with one another every day in every house.
You may be working, schooling, or resting at home (or all of the above), but our homes are also a place to gather in groups both in-person and online to grow closer with others while on your faith journey.
Our “houses” don’t have to mean our physical houses either (although that’s where we’re spending a lot of our time nowadays.) The church looks different right now, but God’s house is in our everyday lives no matter where we are. That brings us to “every day.” Every day, we want to make God known. And we see this happening by inviting others into community and being real with one another.
Groups are just one way we see Gateway living out our vision of “Every Day in Every House.” We hope you take the chance to explore groups at Gateway.
Two Types of Groups:
If you are interested in getting connected to a group, we’d love to have you! We have two types: small groups and meet-ups. Small groups are where we share life together and grow deeper in our faith, no matter where we are. Meet-ups are more casual, and a great place to meet others with similar interests.
Why join a group?
We believe in the power of community — and we want to offer you a safe, supported, and fun place where you can be yourself and connect with others. Small groups give us people to call when we need to talk. They give us a space to be open and real. A place to start a friendship. Life is better with others, and we believe groups are a great place to help you purse what God has for you.
Are groups online or in-person?
Our groups choose to meet either online, in-person, or a combination of the two. Browse our groups to get details on each one.
What do small groups talk about?
Many small groups discuss topics related to the current sermon series at Gateway, but not all. Often, we have groups explore a particular topic, book of the Bible, or other book study.
How often do groups meet?
Groups typically meet weekly, but this is established by the group and its leaders.