What are Groups?
Groups are the way we connect with others throughout the week in a smaller setting. Groups consist of about 8 to 16 people. Princetown Church Groups value being Word-centered, others-focused, and discipleship-driven, which means we want to study the Bible, care for one another, and see spiritual life change, one step at a time.

What kinds of groups are there?
We have groups comprised of all ages and stages of life. You can see the different groups HERE and we will work to find a group that is a good fit for you.

Where do the groups meet?
Groups meet both at the church and in homes.

Why join a group?
You will build spiritually enriching relationships. You will be in an ideal environment for spiritual growth. You will be challenged to put God’s truth into practice. You will be regularly prayed for and cared for. You will enjoy regular fellowship with other believers.

What about childcare?
Childcare is managed by each individual group. Some groups provide childcare, some rotate childcare responsibility among group members, some hire a sitter, and some work out childcare needs according to individual family needs.  Groups that have childcare options will be marked on the groups online signup page.

When do the groups meet?
Groups meet once a week during the school year. Groups decide what day and time is best for them.

How long do groups stay together?
Groups will meet for 8-12 week trimesters throughout the school year. If you can't do all 3 trimesters, you can still do one. You can also switch if you need to be part of a different group.

How long does each meeting last?
Each group decides the length of time they will meet. Most groups meet for one and a half to two hours.

What happens in group meetings?
Though each group differs in how they do things, group meetings generally include a social time, group discussion, and prayer.

What do groups study?
Many groups discuss how to apply the prior week's sermon to their daily lives. However, there are times of the year where some groups may choose to do a topical study, a Bible study, or a book study.
Can I visit a group before "joining"?
Absolutely. We encourage everyone to check out a group before making a commitment. We hope visiting a group will relieve your natural hesitations and answer your questions.

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