Home Groups

Growth happens when you are doing life with other people. Home Groups connect you in relationship with God and one another. 

 

What is a Home Group?

A Home Group is a gathering of people for the purpose of Bible study, prayer, and relationships.

Why should I join a Home Group?

These gatherings provide an opportunity for depth of community that can, at times, be hard to come by in a large church. Growing in relationship with one another is essential for growing in relationship with God, and Home Groups are Plainfield Christian Church's pathway for accomplishing that. 

Where do Home Groups happen?

Home Groups happen in homes!

How do I get started?
Specify your demographic and availability when you register for a Home Group and we will pair you with the group’s host.

 

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life is better with people around you

"We have experienced first hand that life is better with others. God doesn't intend for us to do this life alone."

-Mark and Polly Stead


Care Groups

You don't have to go through it alone. Care Groups are designed to pair you with other people that have a similar life struggle. Your struggle can be your bridge to discovering the hope that only Jesus provides.


 

Health Haven

HealthHaven offers support for those affected by cancer, chronic pain, and other illnesses. Find hope through Christ and what the Bible says about suffering and hope in our monthly meetings.

 

Financial Peace University

FPU is a biblically based curriculum that teaches people how to handle money well. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, and spend and save wisely.

 

Divorce Care

Separation and divorce can be among life's most painful and stressful experiences. DivorceCare meets weekly to help you face challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.


Interested in being involved in a Care Group? Learn more about Care Groups availability, times, and registration.


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I get to make a difference in other's lives

“In a group setting, it is so much easier to cope and deal with life’s circumstances. The Word of God helps remind us that He is going to get us through it."

-Rhonda Hall