What Are Community Groups?
Community groups are small gatherings of people (Christian and non) that meet regularly for friendship, accountability, study and prayer, laughter, and occasionally tears. Community groups are an essential expression of the mission of Metro. They’re a place where we learn more about Jesus and life together. They’re the place where we wrestle with the truths of the Bible and encourage one another toward the life that God intends for us. Each community group is unique, shaped by its neighborhood and the people who attend. However, at each community group you can expect a monthly/weekly gathering in a residence that involves food, conversation, prayer, discussion for applying the Bible to practical living, and service in our neighborhoods. At the heart of each community group is the desire to see an authentic community marked by love for Jesus, one another, and our neighborhoods.
The Metro Community groups are an essential expression of our church’s mission. We were created to worship Jesus in community in the image of our Creator, who Himself exists in community. It is our desire to see every member of Metro loved, cared for, and challenged within a thriving community. We also desire that our neighbors within this city are blessed and touched by the love of Jesus through the lives of our members. Thus Metro Community Groups can become the primary vehicle through which Metro gathers to live life for Jesus in and among the city: knowing culture, loving people, and seeing lives transformed by and for Jesus through authentic relationships. At the heart of the Community Groups ministry is the desire to see a community of believers who worship Jesus, love one another, and embody the mission of Metro to make disciples. It is within community that we engage culture and incarnate Jesus in the nooks and crannies of our city.
As image bearers of God we were created to proclaim his glory throughout all of creation. Because God is a relational being who exists in community in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, we can by way of community reflect who God is to the rest of the world. To this end, our purpose in community is to reflect his glory, be sanctified by one another, and to accomplish His mission to proclaim his glory and make disciples.
Leaders & Locations
2449 Sandringham Rd.
Sacramento, CA 95825
Meets 2nd & 4th Sunday each month, 5:00-6:30PM — Contact for more info on meeting times and location
1179 Overland Ln, Lincoln, CA. 95648
Meets every other Sunday, 2:30-4:30. Currently studying Daniel
609 Keswick Ct.
Lincoln, CA 95648
Meets 3rd Saturday each month, 4:00-7:00PM
5050 4th St
Rocklin, CA 95677
Meets 2nd Sunday each month, 5:30-8:00PM
8180 Sturm Lane Granite Bay, CA 95746
Meets 4th Sunday each month, 2:00-4:30 PM
For more information please contact Todd below:
For more information on meeting times and location, please email: email@example.com or call the church office at 916-774-9673.
College & Career Group (ages 18-30)
149 Sky Ridge Ct. Roseville, CA 95678
Meets the 2nd Sunday each month, 1:00-3:00