Community Groups

Community Groups

If you are new to Community Groups, here are the answers to some commonly asked questions.

To find a group that interests you click here.
To sign up to a group click here.

WHAT ARE COMMUNITY GROUPS?
To put it simply, they are small groups of people (usually between 8 and 15 people) who gather around a common interest or activity.

WHY DO THEY EXIST?
They exist for many reasons, such as meeting new friends, learning new skills, and making a difference to the community.

WHO CAN JOIN?
Anyone can join a group. You don’t have to have any affiliation with a church or know others in a particular group. If it interests you, it’s for you!

WHEN DO GROUPS RUN?
There are two group semesters per year. For semester 1 of 2019 this takes place between 10th February and 17th July. Most groups run weekly and will be meeting every week during these dates (with a 2 week break over the school holidays). Other groups run fortnightly or monthly. See group descriptions for details.

WHERE DO GROUPS MEET?
The groups meet in a variety of locations throughout the Central Coast. Some meet in outdoor areas, some in rented halls, and others in the homes of those who lead them.

HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Signing up is simple. Just go to our sign up and follow the instructions.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I SIGN UP?
Shortly after you’ve registered, your group leader will contact you and give you any additional details required.