Small groups are gatherings of about 10 people that meet together on a regular basis. Each small group is unique in many ways including their demographic makeup, meeting location, and meeting frequency. However, they all share a unified purpose to grow in their relationship with God, support and encourage each other, pray with and for each other, and live life on mission together.
Overall, Eastbrook Small Groups exist to connect Eastbrookers to God and each other for the purpose of Community (IN), Discipleship (UP), and Mission (OUT).
At Eastbrook, we believe it’s a vital part of every Christian’s journey to be connected in relationship with other Christians and Eastbrook Small Groups are a key way that happens.
“It is in small groups that people can get close enough to know each other, to care and share, to challenge and support, to confide and confess, to forgive and be forgiven, to laugh and weep together, to be accountable to each other, to watch over each other and to grow together. Personal growth does not happen in isolation. It is the result of interactive relationships. Small groups are God’s gift to foster changes in character and spiritual growth.”
– Dr. Gilbert Bilezikian
We host launch events four times per year, in January, April, July, and October. At these events, we start new small groups, allowing everyone to begin their group experience at the same time.Register for our Next Event!
You can search through our existing groups and see if one might be a fit for you. You can sort by location, day of week, time, or use the map feature to see which one is closest. Click on the contact person’s name to send a message directly to him or her indicating your interest or any questions you may have. You can send an inquiry and join a group at any time throughout the year.
Please note that locations on the map are approximations.
Looking for a larger group experience? Check out the various other Adult Ministry groups offered at Eastbrook (including Men, Women, and Young Adults) that exist to facilitate connection and a deeper walk with God.