Be Part of a Group
We see it all around us—in our families, offices, schools and even at church—more and more people are feeling lonely and less connected. We want to be different. We want Eagle Brook to be a place where people find community, connection, and relationship.
How to Get Started
Groups run on a session basis—fall, winter, and spring. Each session lasts eight to ten weeks and provides a lot of flexibility. You can sign up for a different group each session, take a break for a session, or continue with some people you connected with.
Group sign-ups for the fall session will run Aug. 24-Sept. 22. Registration is first come, first served until the group is full. To get updates and be notified when registration opens, give us your info here.
The fall session kicks off Sept. 22 and runs through mid-December.
Interested in leading a group? Get more info
Frequently Asked Questions
We believe that groups are the best place for transformation to happen in a person’s life! Groups at Eagle Brook are designed to help you meet new people and grow in your faith. Most groups meet for about two hours—this includes time to hang out, grow in faith, and spend time praying together.
We are created for relationships, and by joining a group, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with others from your campus. We know that in a church our size, it’s easy to come in and be anonymous. But our hope is that every person will get connected and be known.
Each session will run for eight to ten weeks. Every group will have their meeting dates listed, so you know exactly when and how long you’ll be meeting. Many groups meet every week, but some choose to meet twice a month, or three weeks on and one week off.
There are lots of different things to consider when looking for people to connect with. To help narrow down your search, there are several categories you can choose from. Groups are categorized by campus, meeting day, stage of life—married, women, men, young adults, singles, shared interest—and age.
Each group will also post what they are studying, so you can decide if it’s something you’d be interested in learning about as well.
No worries! Your first group, or second, or third, may not be a perfect landing spot, but don’t give up! You can always sign up for a different group in the next session. But do give your group a chance—you never know, some of those people you didn’t think you’d connect with could end up being pretty great.
If you still have questions about Groups, we'd love to hear from you!