We want everyone to grow in their relationship with God and others.
Curious about group life and what you could jump into?
FIND A PLACE TO BELONG
Build community by joining an in-person group near you or connecting with a virtual group at any of our campuses! Groups study the Bible or follow a topic-based curriculum and create the opportunity to connect with others in all stages of life.
– 18/29 (Young Adults)
– Mixed (Singles and Married)
Sign up for a course that will meet for several weeks on a topic important to you, and have the opportunity to connect with like-minded people.
ALPHA – Explore your questions about life and who God is. LEARN MORE about Alpha.
FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY (FPU) – Overhaul your personal finances by applying a biblical perspective. LEARN MORE about FPU.
BIBLE BASICS – Delve into the Bible whether you’re brand new to it or have been reading it for decades. LEARN MORE about Bible Basics.
Do you have the support you need to walk through this season of life? Learn practical skills, gain wisdom, and build relationships with others.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY – For adults, teens, and kids. Our confidential, biblically-based programs offer support and hope for the hurts, habits, and hang-ups of life.
GRIEF SHARE – A study designed to lead you through the process of grief and recovery.
DIVORCE RECOVERY – A workshop combining expert speakers and small group discussion.
MARRIAGE & FAMILY – Resources and support for marrieds and families.
Group Leader Resources
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.LEADER RESOURCES
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Am I qualified to be a group leader?
Leading a group is not about knowing all the answers. Once you commit to lead, our team will train you, encourage you and answer any questions you have as you get started.LEAD A GROUP
What will my group do?
At Kensington, groups form around common interests, life stages or passions. Leading is about finding what you want to study or like to do, and inviting people to do it with you. We have groups that run together, eat together, read books together, study the Bible together, and play ball together. It is all about creating a community that is experiencing transformation through Jesus.
What does it mean to be the group leader?
Group leader set the schedule, culture and tone for the group. Group leaders connect with Kensington staff and volunteer teams to stay connected and informed. Group leaders help their people take a next step in their faith.
How will Kensington help?
Kensington will help you lead well as a group leader. We offer resources, training, encouragement and coaching.
How do I get started?
Click Lead a Group link and answer a few questions. We’ll follow up with you and help you get started.