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What are Growth Groups?
Growth Groups are River City Christian’s version of small group Bible studies. Inter-generational groups of married couples and single adults who live in the same community meet weekly (in a leader or member’s home) to discuss Sunday’s sermon.
If you are not in a Growth Group, but would like to join one, please sign up using the link below.
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People in a Growth Group
Joining a group can be intimidating. We hope this information makes things easier. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
When and where do Growth Groups meet?
River City Christian has Growth Groups throughout the Sacramento region. Groups meet on every day of the week except Saturday.
What happens after I sign up?
Your will receive a confirmation email from the church office. WIthin a few days you will be contacted by a Growth Group leader who will provide you with the address ans meeting time of the group. Our goal is to get you connected with a group as soon as possible.
Can I bring my kids?
Yes, you may bring your kids to Growth Group. Most groups include families with children and most groups have a childcare plan. Some groups provide babysitters while others rotate childcare among group members.
Are there Growth Groups that are organized by life stage or interest area?
We believe that there is a great benefit in people from all life stages meeting together to study God’s Word. Therefore, all Growth Groups are designed to be inter-generational and open to men and women, married couples and singles. The church offers other opportunities for people to meet in life stage or age specific groups.
Are there Growth Groups that meet at the church on Sunday mornings?
No, all of our groups meet in homes and in the evenings.
Can I try out several Growth Groups and pick the one I like best?
We want everyone to feel comfortable in their Growth Group. If you attend a group and feel that it is not a “good fit” for you, we will locate another group for you to try.