What Is a Home Group ?

At St. Luke, one of the ways that we engage in discipleship is through intimate, in-home gatherings called Home Groups. Most groups meet weekly or bi-weekly in a host’s home (or alternate location) and create a space where participants can form trusting, authentic relationships that connect them back to Jesus and His Word.

Each home group looks a little different (structure of the gathering, make-up of participants, etc). Some use family-style dinner as a time of fellowship; others keep meetings very simple. Some groups include entire families, other are couples, all women, all men, or a mixture. Despite these distinctions, all home groups share the vision of creating a culture of discipleship by building relationships that point each other back to Jesus.

How Do I Join ?

The first step in connecting with a home group is filling out the sign up form. There, you’ll see the list of current groups with their meeting times and locations. Once you’ve submitted the form, a home group host or the home group coordinator will contact you.

If you have further questions, please contact Rebekah Young, St. Luke home group coordinator.