There are many ways for kids, students, adults, and senior adults to connect and grow at Fifth. We understand that when you’re new to a church you might be looking for some low-risk ways to meet people and get a feel for the church. With this in mind we’ve structured three ways to connect: Gatherings, Groups, and Communities.
Gatherings are one-time events happening at a specific time and location. The commitment level is usually low. Examples include a Sunday worship service, a Friday night social gathering, a youth event, etc.
Groups typically meet on a weekly basis and tend to be 6-12 weeks in length. This represents a bit higher level of commitment as a participant and allows for deeper relationships to form over time. Examples include Bible study groups, Sunday seminar classes, mid-week classes on prayer or parenting or financial management.
Communities meet in an ongoing way to build deep community and to focus on living and leading like Jesus in our spheres of influence.
We enjoy an active community and invite you to stay up to date with our events and updates as we experience moments and seasons together.