We believe church is more than worship on Sundays. It’s a community of believers encouraging and supporting one another! Thus, we invite you to join our small groups that meet on a weekly basis around the Muncie area. Here you can be part of a relaxed community of friends that encourage you to take the next step in your faith journey, no matter what that may be. Regardless of your age, lifestage, or weekly schedule, there’s a small group out there we think you’d love.
Church is more than Sunday mornings. It's people doing life together.
Equipping and encouraging women.
The goal of Commonway Women’s Ministry is to provide opportunities for Commonway Women to connect with one another for the purpose of equipping and encouraging each other toward finding hope in Jesus. We regularly facilitate bible studies and occasional times of fellowship and weekend retreats. Check the calendar for more or contact us with questions!
Strength through Christ & each other.
The goal of the Commonway Men’s Ministry is to connect men of all ages who want to explore what being a man of God means and to study God’s word together. We regularly offer bible studies throughout the year. View the calendar or contact us for more information.
Small Group FAQs
All your questions answered.
Our Sunday gatherings are great to learn more about God and the hope He provides, but to really get plugged in at Commonway and meet new friends, small groups are your starting point. Their purpose is twofold: (1) to discuss God’s story and the hope He provides in a group setting and (2) learn the stories of people in the church and build encouraging and supportive relationships.
To join a small group, the first step is to contact our Connections Pastor, Jeremy Neckers. You can do that right here on this page, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can get more info at our Connections Table on Sunday mornings.
Groups meet in homes around the Muncie area. Most groups meet weekly on a given evening while some meet every other week.
Most of the time, groups get together for a couple hours. We develop authentic relationships through living their lives together in a relaxed atmosphere. Most meetings involve sharing laughing, talking about God’s story, and praying. We also look for ways to serve the community together.
Of course not! Feel free to share as many personal insights as you want. You will not be pressured to read or pray aloud either. As a group consistently meets and gets to know each other, you’ll find it much easier to trust members in your group and share your story.
This really depends on the group, but many of our groups choose to meet occasionally just to have fun together as well as to participate in various projects to serve our community.