Small Groups | Townhouses

Small groups meet in what we call “Townhouses” on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30pm in homes throughout NWA. Townhouses are usually specific to a student's grade, town, and gender (Example: a 10th grader from Rogers, would be in townhouse with other Rogers 10th grade boys and girls, but will split up into gender-based small groups). These focused groups foster a deeper investment of peers, and equip disciple-makers to engage with each other and God’s Word. Townhouses are focused on prayer, accountability, Gospel-centered truth, and relationships to encourage Christ-like growth and discipleship.

GET INVOLVED IN A TOWNHOUSE

When & Where? 

Small groups meet weekly on Wednesday nights in homes throughout NWA. The 1st Wednesday of each month, all students meet at Fellowship in Student Center West. Contact a staff member for more information.

Who Leads? 

We have dedicated college and adult leaders ranging in age and background. Willing volunteers go through training, background checks, and meet regularly with a staff member for continued training and accountability. 

Curriculum?

We provide small groups with age appropriate, scripture-based studies and resources that correspond to our Saturday Night teachings. Our current curriculum is available in Resources.

Get Involved!

Register students for townhouses HERE and contact a staff member for more information. If you are interested in becoming a small group leader, contact a staff member member and fill out this Background Screening Form.

For townhouse meetings times and locations, contact a staff member. Check out our Year at a Glance Calendar for more event dates throughout the year.