What are @Groups?
@Groups are the small group ministry at 360, and they are the best way to get connected into our community. Our @Groups:
- Are focused around shared passions and interests. It's easy to build realtionships with people that share your interests. Our groups are designed to bring people together in a way that allows them to grow in an accomodating environment.
- Meet every other week. We respect your schedule. We know that life gets busy, and we want you to have time for the relationships that matter.
- Are designed for closer community. Our weekend message provide the basis for our @Groups, enabling them to continue the conversation in a way that leads to long-term life change.
OPEN 360 @GROUPS
All @Groups meet at their designated time every other week. (The meeting time is listed with each @group description)
This group focuses on women strengthening one another in their faith walk.
This is an intergenerational group of men designed to challenge one another to be the best they can be physically, mentally, and spiritually, as they explore their role in living out a God-honoring life. Each meeting includes a physical exercise challenge as well as discussion designed to develop deeper relationships with each other and with God.
This is a 360 Lab designed to specifically challenge men to grow into the man that God created them to be.
Deeply RootedCatalyst: Jacob NeagleMeets on Sunday Evenings
A group of men in their 20’s and 30’s getting together to share a meal, discuss a common daily devotional led by bible verses with various Christian commentaries, and to grow deeper together in Christ and one another. Keeping the sower and the true vine parables in mind, this group is intended for believers that desire to have deep conversations about their walk with Christ, strengthening one another's faith.
GalvanizeCatalyst: Karys WhiteheadMeets on Tuesday evenings
Galvanize meets to challenge each other to exercise mental, physical and spiritual discipline, studying and practicing skills that equip us to galvanize those within our sphere of influence.
GenerationsCatalyst: Justin BanisterMeets on Tuesday Evenings
This is a mutli-generational men’s groups who gather to develop relationships, get to know one another, and walk together towards a deeper faith.
GenesisCatalyst: Rocky MillerMeets on Thursday Evenings
This group is for people whose lives have been affected by addictions. They encourage each other to remain faithful in their journey with Jesus, whether they are in recovery or love someone who is.
This group of women challenges and encourages one another in how they might impact the Kingdom from within the various roles they may take on their lives.
His HandsCatalyst: Deb CurveloMeets on Sunday afternoons
This group provides interpretation for the deaf on Sunday mornings, and helps one another grow in their faith by developing deeper relationships. The group communicates primarily using sign language, providing direct communication between hearing and non-hearing members.
LogosCatalyst: Betty McCoyMeets on Friday mornings
This group meets to dig deeper into the weekly sermons by learning how to study the Word of God in meaningful, practical ways.
Men360Catalyst: Matt NicholsMeets on Wednesday evenings
This group focuses on learning, teaching, encouraging one another to be the father and husband God would have the to be.
Monday MomsCatalyst: Candace BurkeMeets on Monday mornings
This daytime group is intentional about mothers partnering with and encouraging other moms along the journey of motherhood. Moms in all seasons of the journey are welcome.
RebuildersCatalyst: Rosemary FreemanMeets on Thursday evenings
A group for those interested in working together to rebuild their understanding and approach to the challenges facing today’s ever-changing culture; learning together to apply and present Biblical truths in a positive, compelling manner.
StormchasersCatalyst: Kayla TollisMeets on Wednesday evenings
This is a group for women (ages 18-35) who seek to share life together, are committed to challenging one another, and setting goals to develop confidence, security, and spiritual strength that is found through a dynamic, and deepening relationship with Christ.