Relationships take time to build. So, at Kensington, we create the space and time for these relationships to take root through community groups. Groups gather to talk about their faith and much more – it is a place to share the joys and hurts of life. In a group, we can encourage one another in the midst of difficult times, and where we can laugh when we just need to let loose.
What does a leader look like?
Could you lead a group? Here’s what we are looking for in our 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’ve been connected here at Kensington. People who want others to experience belonging too.
If you’re one of those people, take the first step toward leading a group by signing up below.LEAD A GROUP
Am I qualified to be a group leader?
Leading a group is not about knowing all the answers. When you sign up to lead, our team will train you, encourage you, and answer any questions you have as you get started.
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. No matter what the community does, rest assured that God is at work transforming lives.
What does it mean to be a group leader?
Group leaders set the schedule, tone, and help facilitate the group. Leaders connect with Kensington staff and volunteer teams to stay connected and informed, and they help “their people” take the next step in their faith.
How will Kensington help?
Kensington will help you lead well. We offer resources, training, encouragement, and coaching.
How do I get started?
Click the Group link and answer a few questions. We’ll follow up with you and help you get started.LEAD A GROUP
Is childcare provided?
Some groups offer childcare while other groups make arrangements like sharing the cost of babysitters. Check out group descriptions to find something that fits or contact our Kensington Kids team at your campus for recommendations of trusted babysitters.
How often do groups meet?
Groups meet on different days and times throughout the week. Some meet every week, some meet every other week, and some meet once a month. Use the Group Finder (link) to see when and how often each group meets.
What do groups study?
Some groups discuss the weekend series while others study a book or scripture. We want our groups to have the flexibility to discuss the topics most important to them at this season or stage of life.