LIfe Groups

Philippians 2:1-2 declares, "If you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from his love, if any fellowship with the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion, then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and purpose." Koinonia (fellowship) is being in agreement with one another, being united in purpose, and serving alongside each other. A powerful example of what koinonia should look like can be found in a study of the phrase "one another" in the Bible. 

At Eagle Creek Community Church we encourage each member to connect up with others outside of Sunday mornings. These groups average 10-15 people and meet in homes or in the church building. These groups meet at various times and include things like: bible study, topical study, discussing spiritual help books, simply sharing from our bible reading, enjoying meals together, camping together, building decks and doing other home projects together. Don't hesitate to contact us if you would like to get to know other members at ECCC and meet on a regular basis!

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just a sample!

  • Young, mild and free-young adult commnity lifegroup

    This young adult community group consists of young adult working singles and couples. They meet each Sunday evening for prayer, and discussion on a variety of topics related to living out our faith in a secular world.

  • The EN LifeGroup

    This group of Empty-Nesters meets once each month on Sunday, after church. They share a meal, have a discussion on a certain topic, and pray for one another.

  • women's life groups

    These groups meet every other week at various times throughout the year; the women view various video series with discussion related to spiritual growth.  They also enjoy fellowship and prayer.

  • Community LifeGroup 3

    This group is mostly families with young kids. They meet every other week on Sunday in various homes for a meal and fellowship. The meeting also includes worship, prayer, and discussion.