How to Join a Community Group:
We encourage first-time community group members at KHC to join a newly formed community group; these groups use the Rooted curriculum as their initial study. New community groups will be launching multiple times throughout the year so you'll have many opportunities to jump into a group. To learn more, please contact Kapena Cavuto at .
If you've previously gone through the Rooted curriculum at KHC, we have existing community groups that you can join. Click on the button below to view a list of existing community groups already meeting throughout the South Bay – you'll be able to contact a community group leader, request more information about their group, and register.
If you're interested in becoming a community group leader, please contact Kapena Cavuto at for more information.
Our approach to community groups is four-fold:
When we gather together regularly to share meals and stories, to laugh, worship, pray, and study the Bible, we experience a sense of belonging and commitment to one another. As we do this, we get to know and love each other more deeply, while growing in our knowledge of, and love for, God. This unifies us in Christ and exemplifies His love to the world around us.
At its root, the Christian life is about following and becoming more like Jesus, together. We call this discipleship. When we commit to living in community, our giftings are activated in such a way that allows us to build up each other with encouragement, accountability, and support. This matures us as the people of God and prepares us for the good works He's called us to do.
We pray for and pursue gospel-centered mission. In the same way that God lovingly pursues each one of us, we intentionally seek to share God's love with those who do not yet know Him, inviting them into a relationship with Jesus and His Church. Whether it's serving our neighbor next door, or traveling overseas to share the gospel, we don't stay put…we mobilize.
As our groups grow in size, we strategically divide and multiply to bring gospel-centered community to new places. This provides more opportunities for people to experience life-giving relationships that support faithful pursuit of God and the advancement of His kingdom.