Why they’re important

God never meant for you to go it alone in the Christian life. Over 50 times in the New Testament, the phrase “one another” is used to describe our relationship to other believers. We are instructed to love one another, encourage one another, pray for one another, accept one another, bear one another’s burdens and build up one another.

Because of that, we put a high priority on home groups at Christ Chapel, believing that it’s in the context of community that spiritual transformation takes place. In a home group setting, you can ask questions, participate in a discussion of the text and hear others share insights and illustrations of the truth we’re all trying to grasp.

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds … 

Hebrews 10:24

Life Change Happens in Home Groups


Most people who have been part of a small group say the greatest benefit is the close relationships and friendships that develop. Group members will frequently contact each other during the week to share an urgent prayer request or an exciting news. You’ll discover that your needs and problems are not unique – we’re all in the same boat. It helps to know that others are facing the same difficulties or have lived through them and learned spiritual principles in the process.

Wanna Be a Home Group Leader?


Christ Chapel is growing in amazing ways and because of that, we’re looking for more home group leaders! If you have a knack for leading conversations or making people feel at home, we’d love to have you join us! The opportunity is an awesome way to serve and get to know others at Christ Chapel.


Join A Home Group


Groups meet all over Fort Worth and Parker County.

Get started by clicking the button below or find us on Sundays either at the Connect Kiosk at the Fort Worth Campus or in the Lobby at the West Campus.


For questions about home groups, contact Hailee at HaileeS@christchapelbc.org.



Tyler Kelso

Connect Director – West Campus