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Growth Groups

What are Growth Groups?

At The Summit Church in Lee’s Summit, we believe people grow best spiritually when they are connected relationally. Just as a great meal is better with friends, the sweetness of Jesus is better savored in community. Growth Groups help you to find your place in a larger church and to keep taking next steps in your relationship with Jesus. We have groups available for men, women, and couples. Groups are usually made up of 4-10 individuals or 4-6 married couples.

What do groups do?

  • Growth Groups usually begin on-campus for a season and then move off-campus, to a home, coffee shop or other comfortable place.
  • Our groups do life together! Whether it’s watching the big game, sharing a meal together or navigating through a difficult season of life, groups become like family as they navigate real life.
  • Groups typically meet once a week and go through a 6-8 week video or book study together.
  • Groups pray for one another and serve the community together.

How can I join an On-Campus Growth Group?
On-Campus Summer Growth Groups begin on Wednesday, June 6 from 6:30-8pm and continue each week through June 27. You can register online here!

If you have any questions, contact Spiritual Growth Director, Angie Bartlett or visit the Next Steps Team at the Welcome Desk following a weekend service.

Want to host a group?
If you enjoy getting leading people nearer to Jesus, hosting a Growth Group might be for you! To learn more about what it means to host a group, contact Spiritual Growth Director, Angie Bartlett.

Purpose of Growth Groups?
The purpose of Growth Groups is to grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus inside a small community! Eventually, we want to see everyone in a Growth Group but depending on your current season of life, groups might not be the best next step. If you're looking for a place of healing, we have Caring Communities for those struggling with addictions, the loss of a loved one, divorce and other life-battles. If this seems to be a better fit in your current season, please contact our Care Ministry Director Staci Allen or visit our Care Page.



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