Questions About Groups

Learn More about Groups at Southside Church

Groups Questions

What is a Community Group?

Community Groups are small groups of six married couples or eight to twelve individuals of the same gender who meet in homes or online to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. Groups are provided an initial study from the church.

What type of Community Groups do you offer?

  • Couples Groups
  • Men’s Groups
  • Women’s groups

What is a typical Group meeting schedule?

Community Groups meet 1.5 to 2 hours 2-4 times per month.

Typically Groups meet for about a year.  During this season groups will meet through the end of the year and relaunch in January.

How do I join a Group?

Group registration happens online twice a year, in January and August. When it opens, you’ll have the opportunity to view group options and register for the group that best fits your schedule, stage of life, and area of town.

In what areas of town do Southside Church groups meet?

The majority of our groups meet in these areas:

  • Peachtree City
  • Fayetteville
  • Newnan
  • Sharpsburg
  • Locust Grove
  • McDonough
  • Palmetto
  • Chattahoochee Hills
  • Brooks

What is a Growth Group?

Growth groups are groups held with the goal of spiritual growth. They are held at your Southside location and consist of more in-depth studies.

What is Starting Point?

Starting Point is designed for people who are interested or new to Faith. Come and discuss doubts or tricky topics, free from pressure or judgment. Starting Point meets at your Southside location or in the community.

What is a Short Term Group?

Short-Term Groups provide people with an easy way to connect with a group for a limited period of time (about two to four weeks) to explore a single relevant topic (e.g., spiritual growth, dating relationships, marriage, parenting, finances).

Is childcare provided during regular group meetings?

Childcare is not provided, but we provide a childcare supplement (at a predetermined rate) if you need a babysitter in order to attend regular group meetings.