Curious about group life and what you could jump into?
We Want Everyone To Grow In Their Relationship With God And Others.
FIND A PLACE TO BELONG
BUILD COMMUNITY BY JOINING AN IN-PERSON GROUP NEAR YOU OR CONNECTING WITH A VIRTUAL GROUP!
GROUPS STUDY THE BIBLE OR FOLLOW A TOPIC-BASED CURRICULUM.
Kensington small groups are a great opportunity to connect with others in the same stage and season of life.
– 18/29 (Young Adults)
– Mixed (Singles and Married)
– Single Adults
SIGN UP FOR A COURSE THAT WILL MEET FOR SEVERAL WEEKS ON A TOPIC IMPORTANT TO YOU, GAIN CONFIDENCE IN THAT AREA AND CONNECT WITH OTHER PEOPLE IN THE PROCESS.
Discover rhythms and practices that can help us abide in the love, grace, and hope of God, where our lives can be transformed. Explore some of these practices together with others who are pursuing the same.
Something awesome happens when Kensington men get together. Men need other men to walk alongside them, and everyone benefits when a man becomes a Godly man. This doesn’t happen with good intentions, it happens when men choose to commit.
Providing opportunities for Kensington women to grow closer to God and one another. Women need support, friendship, and guidance of other women, alongside the transforming power of God’s Word. Together women encourage and challenge each other.
The Marriage Course
Strengthen and grow your marriage whether you’ve been married for six months or 40 years, in a good place or struggling. Get practical support to communicate more effectively, understand needs, resolve conflict, and more.
Financial Compass is designed to help you discover the freedom found in wisely managing the resources God provides. This course will launch in 2023.
Do you have the support you need to walk through this season of life? Learn practical skills, gain wisdom, and build relationships with others.
Marriage & Family
TAKE THE FIRST STEP
Is God prompting you to lead a group? Email with questions or start the process below.
Group leaders are in the business of developing relationships with God and with others. As believers we value imitating Jesus and His leadership style. We have gathered resources to help you lean into Jesus’ teachings, encourage your group and equip you to lead well.
Most frequent questions and answers
Relationships take time to build. At Kensington, we create the space and time for these relationships to take root through small groups. Groups gather to talk about their faith, as well as the joys and hurts of life. Kensington small groups meet in a variety of locations and virtually to study the Bible or follow a topic-based curriculum. Groups are a great opportunity to pursue God and connect with others on a similar journey. God designed us to live in community!
Kensington small groups are listed online. You can filter groups by campus, day of the week, type of group and keyword. When you see a group that you want to learn more about, click the “Contact Leader” button to fill out an interest form and the leader will contact you. We encourage you to ask questions. If you want to join the group, simply let the leader know!
At Kensington, groups form around common interests, life stages, or passions. Consider what you would like to study or experience. We have groups that play together, eat together, read books together, and study the Bible together. It is all about creating a community that is experiencing transformation through Jesus.
Don’t be shy about trying out a small group. Sometimes the first group you choose isn’t the right fit and that’s okay as long as you just try another group!
Here is what we look for in leaders at Kensington: People who know how important it is to live in community and how meaningful it is to invest in others. People who know that the growth in their faith has a lot to do with the way they are connected at Kensington and because people invested in them. People who want others to experience belonging too.
Leading a group is not about knowing all the answers. Leading a group is about determining what you want to study and inviting others to do it with you. It is developing relationships with God and with others. Once you commit to lead, our discipleship team will train you, encourage you and coach you.
Group leaders set the schedule and tone for the group. Group leaders develop relationships with Kensington staff leaders and other volunteers to stay connected and informed. Group leaders help their people take a next step in their faith.
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Have additional questions?
Contact us – we look forward to connecting with you!