You can’t do life alone, so let’s do it together

SMALL GROUPS

Small group is the best way to get connected at Clear Creek outside of regular services. In small group, we do life together, cultivate relationships, and study God’s word, all with the intention of helping one another grow as fully devoted followers of Jesus.

Looking to join a group?

During this time of social distancing, we feel the need for community more than ever. Fill out the form below if you’re interested in getting into a small group.

Looking to join a group?

During this time of social distancing, we feel the need for community more than ever. Register for our upcoming connection event called GroupLink so you can see the available groups and select which one you want to join.

How to Join a Group

GROUPLINK

GroupLink is our main avenue for connecting people into small groups. It is a connection event that happens three times a year where you can check out the available groups, meet the group leaders, ask questions, and join one that is the right for you.

Not Ready for Group?

STARTING POINT

Starting Point is an eight-week conversation where you can discuss the questions or concerns you have about faith—free from pressure and judgement.

Small Group FAQs

Groups meet throughout the week on different days and times. We encourage groups to attend together the Gathering at their campus and break from having group that week. Group should happen at a pace that is sustainable for its members.

All studies are pre-approved Clear Creek elders so that the curriculum reflects our beliefs and values to repent and believe, listen and obey, love and serve, and go and multiply.

Groups meet in people’s homes throughout the Bay Area. The campus closest to you will offer groups that meet closest to you.

We offer married groups, men’s groups, women’s groups, and mixed groups (open to everyone). We also offer a group for those who have little to no knowledge of Jesus, the gospel and Christianity which is known as Starting Point.

Groups typically meet once a week for one-to-two hours and for a period of 18 to 24 months. During the week you will likely be asked to complete a small amount of homework or reading before the next week’s meeting.