Community Groups

Small groups of 10-20 people gather every other week for a big family meal, fun and intentional community. By "intentional," we mean actively pursuing, serving and welcoming one another and our neighbor. Each group is led by trained leaders with a passion for hospitality and cultivating community. We currently have the following groups, and plan to add more as we grow!

 

ERIE // LONGMONT

 

South Lafayette

 LEADERS :: Stephen & Kristen Compston     Click Here for More Info or to Join Mailing List

LEADERS :: Stephen & Kristen Compston

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BROOMFIELD EAST

 LEADERS :: TODD & MERRITT ONSA     Click Here for More Info or to Join Mailing List

Broomfield WEST

 Leaders :: LUKE & KELLY ANDERSON     Click Here for More Info or to Join Mailing List

Leaders :: LUKE & KELLY ANDERSON

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OLD TOWN Lafayette

 LEADERS :: Jeremy & elizabeth gillespie     Click Here for More Info or to Join Mailing List

LEADERS :: Jeremy & elizabeth gillespie

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Cohorts

Cohorts are groups of three to five men or women who gather together around practices where God's grace runs deep: praying for one another, listening to Scripture and applying it together, and having intentional conversations where we hear one another's fears and failures and encourage each other to see, trust, and live in light of the good news of who we are in Jesus. For more about our vision for Cohorts, see this blog post, read the Cohort Field Manual, or contact us to chat about it.

You can join an existing Cohort, or wait until new Cohorts begin at the beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters. If you're interested in participating in a Cohort, please follow these steps:

  1. Read the Cohort Field Manual.
  2. Join the waitlist for your region here and someone will reach out to you to place you in a new or existing Cohort.
  3. Optional: if you're interested in leading a Cohort, complete the Cohort Leader Applicant Questionnaire.

“Hospitality means primarily the creation of free space where the stranger can enter and become a friend instead of an enemy. Hospitality is not to change people, but to offer them space where change can take place. It is not to bring men and women over to our side, but to offer freedom not disturbed by dividing lines.”
— Henri Nouwen