Home Groups are a great place to experience Gospel community.
Click HERE to access our Home Groups Portal.
These groups meet in homes throughout the area. Typically, Home Groups revolve around sharing a meal, a time of Bible study, discussion, prayer, and fellowship. Group discussions & studies vary from sermon discussions, book studies, topical studies, and verse-by-verse Bible studies.
Our current groups and times are:
- Burris Home Group – 1st, 3rd, and 4th Sunday in Trophy Club at 5:30 p.m.
- Steele Home Group – Every other Friday in Southlake from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30p.m.
- Shirrell/ Terrell Home Group – 1st Sunday after Church for lunch and 3rd Sunday of each month in Southlake from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
- Whitfield Home Group – 2nd and 4th Saturday in Roanoke from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Young Home Group – 1st and 3rd Sunday in Keller from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Thornton Home Group -Every other Thursday in NRH from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
What people are saying…
“Our home group is a place where we are able to enjoy fellowship over a meal with our church family. It is a time to share life, prayer requests and the stresses of being parents. Small group is where we have been able to connect with the other young moms and dads and where those friendships have grown. It is also a time of Bible study and time to ask questions in a more relaxed atmosphere.”
Brian and Sara Pullen
“For the first time in our lives, we decided to join a home group, and it has been a great decision for us. We believe everyone should be a part of a home group because it is so important to build relationships and pray for one another. We always enjoy the Bible study each time we meet, not to mention the food is great too! We encourage everyone to get involved in a home group. It will be a blessing for you and your family.”
Mike and Ronnie Holcombe
“Young and old, family and friends, I love how everyone’s week crosses paths at a home group. It’s a safe place to ask questions and explore scripture together, share advice and tackle life’s challenges, develop yourself with accountability, and open doors for new ministry opportunities, all while developing lifelong friendships and sharing in frequent fellowship that is priceless.”
“The thing we enjoy most about home groups is it allows us to really get to know our fellow church members. It helps build relationships so we can better support each other as we go through life’s struggles. Home groups also help us grow personally as we study the Bible, pray, and reflect on how that can impact our lives.”
Bud and Rhonda Jackson
“Our home group has given us lasting friendships and community within the church as well as deepened our walk with God. It has meant a great deal to our family to be able to share in the lives of the families in our home group and raise our kids alongside other Christians in similar stages in their lives. We would encourage anyone who is looking to deepen their faith and walk alongside other believers daily to join a home group.”
Justin and Sarah Whitfield
If you are interested in joining a Home Group or want more information, please contact Brent Warren at