Groups at heatherwood

Why join a group?  

One of the 5 foundations of our church is Uncommon Community. God created us to be in relationship - with Him and with each other. Through these relationships we grow in our walk with Christ as we wrestle together with the truth of God's Word, apply it to our lives, and hold each other accountable. Groups provide a place for you to know others and be known by others where you can develop strong personal relationships in a Christ-centered context. 

Group Types

Sunday School

Sunday School is a place where you can engage in Bible study through traditional lecture style class, and experience fellowship with other believers. Sunday School classes meet year-round at 9:30 am on Sunday mornings. Class sizes can range between 5-50. 

Small Groups

A small group is a community of 10-18 people who are becoming fully formed disciples. Some groups meet in homes throughout the community and others meet on campus at HBC. They begin with a conversational Bible study focusing on the application of God's Word before moving into a time of vulnerable accountability and prayer. Small Groups run on a semester schedule (January-May, August-December). In the summer, most small groups gather 3-4 times for fellowship or local missions projects. 

Discipleship Groups

D-Groups are for believers looking for high-accountability, high-commitment discipleship. D-Groups are made up of 3-4 people of the same gender, and meet for 20-25 weeks. 

How can I join a Group? 

Please click the button below to fill out an interest form and our staff will reach out to help you get connected!


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Weekly Sermon Application Guides

Our small groups follow weekly sermon application guides for their discussion times. Please click the button below to view and download this resource!


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Spiritual Gifts Survey

1 Corinthians 12:4-7 says, 

"Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who empowers them all in everyone. To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good."

Every believer has been given certain spiritual gifts by the Lord for the purpose of building up the Church. However, you may not know what your gifts are or how to best use them in serving the Lord. Considering this, we have provided a Spiritual Gifts Survey below as a free resource to help you discover what your gifts and how to use them well. If you have questions after you take the survey and would like to speak with one of our pastors, please click here set up an appointment.

Spiritual gift survey