We’ve found that if we’re going to faithfully live out our values together, Sunday gatherings aren’t enough. Following Jesus, living as family, and being intentional in our city is a 24/7, 365 journey. Groups are the primary way this happens. They help us live out what we declare on Sunday. In other words, Groups at Reunion create a space for people to... 
Know Jesus
Belong to a family
Live on purpose

WHAT ARE GROUPS?

Groups Defined: Groups are followers of Jesus and their friends, living as family, for the good of their city. 
Imagine a space where people gather to celebrate, eat, watch the game, pray, read the Bible, bear one another’s burdens, and serve our city together. In essence, this is what Groups at Reunion are all about. 

HOW DO GROUPS WORK?

Each Reunion Group practices three rhythms together: 


We study Jesus at our Tables | Tables are a place to deepen our understanding of Jesus, remind each other of our identity, connect as friends, and pray together. These are smaller groups of 3-4 people of the same gender who meet regularly throughout the region. Their purpose is to grow deeper in relationship with God and one another. 


We host Dinner Parties with our friends and family | Dinner Parties are a place to spend time together making memories and building relationships. Dinner Parties can look many different ways, but always involve good food and drink. 


We live on purpose For Our City | For Our City is a rhythm intended to help us commit to some form of mission together. The mission of God is to reunite all things that have been broken because of sin. Jesus is in the business of making all things new through his life, death, and resurrection. We join him in this reconciling work as his ambassadors of hope. This too can look a myriad of ways — adopting an under-resourced school, serving at a non-profit, or throwing a neighborhood block party.