At Four Oaks, we are committed to a New Testament pattern of fellowship that exists beyond our Sunday morning services. For this reason, we gather weekly or bi-weekly in homes throughout the city in what we call Community Groups. These groups are led by trained lay-leaders in the church who are given ongoing support and oversight by an elder and pastor.
Community Groups are basic Christian communities of 10-14 people who meet regularly for mutual care, application of God's word, discipleship, evangelism and community. They often eat together, discuss the sermon from the previous Sunday, care for one another, pray together, and fulfill the "one-another" commands of the New Testament. Community Groups are the primary context in which the people of Four Oaks experience the grace of God in community. We ask all members to belong to a Community Group, and we encourage anyone who wants to get plugged in at Four Oaks to seek out a Community Group as well.
Below is a list of all our Community Groups. Find the one closest to you and get plugged in!
Need help finding a Community Group to visit? Click one of the links below: