Online Groups

New to hosting a group online? An online group is an incredible tool to help people connect with each other when an in-person group may not be possible. You can encourage each other’s faith, share authentically, and watch God work in ways you may not have dreamed possible.

Your first few meetings will take some adjusting as everyone gets acquainted with the technology and the format and works out all of the kinks.

So don’t give up too quickly if your first few meetings are a bit of a challenge.

As you look into launching a group online, or having your group try it out for a week, this page will help you figure out the technology to use, best practices for a good online experience, and what a typical group meeting might look like.

You can use a variety of platforms. Facebook Messenger Rooms. Google Meet. Or Zoom.

Best Practices for Online Groups

Pick your platform

You can use a variety of platforms. Facebook Messenger Rooms. Google Meet. Zoom. Or even FaceTime.

Decide on the curriculum

You can use any of the curriculum on our Video Options page or use the sermon-based questions. Those are usually available by Monday afternoon.

Plan your group time

Once you’ve established your group time and platform, communicate that with your group members and make sure to update your group information in the database.


Let us know if you need any help with this. We’ll be glad to assist however we can.


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