You weren't designed to navigate through life on your own.
Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another.
God created each of us to be in genuine community with others—and life transformation happens best when people in our lives encourage, sharpen, and challenge us to become more like Christ. Connecting in community is a huge part of what we do at Eagle Brook, so check out the different ways to get connected, below.
A small group is a group of people who meet on a regular basis to share life and grow in their faith together. Groups are formed around a life stage, a topic, where you work, an activity, or common interest. Being part of a small group is the best way to build rich friendships, experience genuine community, and grow in your faith at Eagle Brook.
Short-term groups are designed to help you get to know people at your campus and experience what a small group is like, without the long-term commitment. You'll meet at an Eagle Brook campus for 4-12 weeks, depending on the group, and go through a biblically based study together. And who knows—by the end of the session, you might have met some people to create a small group with!
Each campus hosts a variety of events and opportunities for you to connect with other attenders. Whether it’s a Night of Worship, classes to help you grow in your faith, or a family BBQ, these events are a great way for you to meet people at your campus.
Serving at Eagle Brook is one of the best ways to get connected and meet new people. We have many roles available, from opportunities at Eagle Brook to local food shelves and mission trips. The impact of serving others changes lives—for those serving and for the people being served.