Adults

PAC Adults offers busy adults alternatives that allow you to refocus and experience God's wholeness.

Join a Community Group

In a fast-paced, high-demand world, we help you slow down and draw close to God.

Take a deep breath. Now, exhale.

We understand the challenges of juggling a family, a career and the demands of everyday life. We're not here to add more stuff to your plate. We're here to help. How? First, by helping you see how having Jesus at the center of your life will bring a peace like you've never experienced. Second, by providing support, encouragement and care as you personally seek God's best. 

Doing Life Together

We believe you learn and grow when you're encouraged and challenged by people who care about you. Through a small group you can build friendships that inspire you to take new steps of faith, from exploring God's Word to embracing His hope and living it out daily so others do the same.

Where small groups allow the church family to collectively dig into topics related to the Sunday morning message, our classes and workshops address practical needs such as parenting, marriage, leadership, finances and culturally relevant subjects like social justice and sexuality.

 Community Groups

Our Community Groups are how we connect in friendship and grow in faith between Sundays. With lots of groups to choose from, there are many opportunities to get connected and grow.

A wide variety of groups meet at the church and in homes throughout the area. We are forming new semester-based groups, each designed to inspire spiritual growth through caring relationships in different environments:

  • Home Groups: meaningful discussion, bible study and prayer in the comfort of a host home.

  • Learning Groups: an academic approach to the study of specific topics in a classroom or a home.

  • Support Groups: mutual support and care during a challenging time (singleness, addiction, adoption, illness, grief, etc.) in a home or classroom.

  • Affinity Groups: participation in an area of shared interest (basketball, knitting, board games, service, etc.) in any location.

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Consider leading a community group

Multiplication of our small groups is a healthy rhythm of our ministry, so we're always looking for new leaders. Interested?

Become a Community Group Leader