You are designed to live in community.
Intentional community at Vox can be found in two important expressions: Community Groups are gatherings of 5-20 people that meet for the purpose of growing in relationship with God and with one another. Core Groups are groups of three to four people of the same gender who are committed to the practical process of living out their faith in Jesus.
What is a Community Group?
Community Groups are the best way to be known and find your home at Vox. These are weekly meetings ranging from 5-20 people that meet for the purpose of growing in your relationship with God and with one another. If you are looking to get connected, now is the perfect time to find or start a group.
How and when do groups meet?
Generally, our groups meet weekly for 90 minutes or less Monday through Sunday at varying times at a group member’s home or a selected location.
As the Coronavirus continues to be prevalent across the country, we are providing 3 different meeting options, and each group has determined the best option for them to meet during this time:
- Option 1: In-Person Only
Suggested up to 25 people indoors as maximum capacity to allow for space and social distancing.
- Option 2: Online Only
Using a preferred digital platform (Zoom, FB Rooms, Google Hangouts, Skype etc.)
- Option 3: Hybrid Groups - Both In-Person and Digital
In-person with the option for members to be invited via an online/digital platform i.e. Zoom Rooms, Google Hangouts, FB Rooms.