And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” (Acts 2:42)

Small groups at Cahaba Park are known as K-Groups. The “K” in K-Group stands for the Greek word koinonia, meaning fellowship. We believe that God in his Word calls his people to experience fellowship with one another.

K-Groups meet on Sunday evenings at 5:30pm and have three purposes:

God graciously provides for his people through a community of believers, and calls the body to fellowship with one another continually. We believe one of the most effective ways of doing this is by sharing a meal together. K-Groups meet each week in a host home and share a meal together. Groups are organized according to geographical location around the city to make meeting easy. Each group is comprised of all ages and stages of life, and all are welcome!

Life is difficult, but God calls us to rest on him and his provision, and one way he provides for his people is through the prayers of his people. We believe that God will bring about personal and community transformation through the faith-centered prayers of His people. After a meal together, each K-Group is encouraged to share their lives and pray for one another as well as the community.

Sermon Discussion
After groups fellowship and pray together, a sermon discussion time will follow in the time that remains. Life-application questions from the sermon and Scripture passage will be provided in the morning’s worship guide, and those questions will be the focus of the discussion time.

K-Group FAQ

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