Groups

Groups

Before connecting with a Fellowship Group, read the Fellowship Group Commitment:

It takes commitment and time to grow and be known by others. If you are joining a new group, the initial commitment is a weekly commitment for 10-12 weeks. At the end of your initial commitment you can remain with your group until you opt-out. The average group lasts for three to five years.

Find a Group

Fellowship Groups launch seasonally. All of our groups have launched for the Spring and we will be launching new groups in the Fall. When you are ready to find a group to join, please consider the Fellowship Group Commitment:

It takes commitment to develop connection and build community. We ask each new group member to make an initial commitment to attend every week for eight weeks. At the end of your initial commitment you can remain with your group until you opt-out.

Lead a Group

Step 1: Interest

We wouldn’t have groups without group leaders. If you have ever led a small group before or are interested in starting and leading a group, submit our Leader Interest Form to let us know you are interested. Thank you for your interest!

Step 2: Leader Interview

Schedule a face to face interview with a member from our Fellowship Groups Team. Please bring a copy of your Gospel Story to your interview.

Step 3: New Leader Orientation

Attend a new leader orientation hosted by our Fellowship Groups Team.

Step 4: Leader Commitment

This is your final step in becoming a Fellowship Group Leader.

Group Leader Resources

If you are currently leading a group, all resources can be found on our Group Leader Resources page.

Staff

  1. Mark Holeman
    Mark Holeman
  2. JJ Jones
    JJ Jones
  3. Will Heydel
    Will Heydel
    • Pastor of Fellowship Groups - Young Adults & Young Families
    • wheydel@fbctn.org
    • 615-277-9542
  4. Colleen Radcliff
    Colleen Radcliff
  5. Jennifer Palmer
    Jennifer Palmer