This page is just for you leaders.
You are the key to the health of your groups, so we’ve laid out plenty of resources designed to help you and your group flourish. You’ll find stuff related to childcare, serving, and the current suggested study. Thank you for leading and serving this church so well.
Group Discussion Guides
Our discussion guides provide you with questions to help dive deeper into our weekly messages. Come back each week to download a new set of questions.
The CCB Lead App
The CCB Lead app equips leaders with the information and tools they need to understand their people and see their patterns of connection and involvement, so they can better disciple them. In the Lead app, you can quickly send a message to all group members, take attendance for your group, view profiles of your group members, view upcoming birthdays and anniversaries, send a needs request, and more. Watch the tutorial below or download the app to get started! (iOS or Android)
The group covenant is a tool used especially for new groups, or existing groups that need to reset. It’s a document your Community Group fills out together that reminds each other of the purpose and details of meeting together. If you haven’t filled it out before, or if your group has changed significantly, we’d encourage you to fill it out.
Multiply Your Group
If your group is growing and healthy, you should consider multiplying your group. Simply put, multiplying your Community Group means starting a new group from your current one. The best part about it? You’ll create a great opportunity for even more people to be a part of a Community Group. Review this document once a year to see if you’re ready to multiply.
Serve with your group
We hope every group is serving together, but we also know it can be hard to know where to start. Download the list of our local ministry partners and specific ways for your Community Group to get involved and serve them well. Email [email protected] with questions.
How to Lead in Difficult Situations
Sometimes leading a Community Group can be messy – because life is messy. Someone in the group has a miscarriage, loses a loved one, endures a job loss, or a number of other things. How do we lead well in those times? Here are some guidelines for you.