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Grow+Serve groups are the primary spaces in which people who are being connected to the God revealed in Jesus are growing in their love for God and one another, serving the city that God loves, and ultimately extending God’s Kingdom.

Most of our members and regular attenders participate in a Grow+Serve group.  We ask everyone at New City consider joining one.

Grow+Serve groups meet throughout LA—from Pasadena to the Westside. Some groups also rotate meeting locations. Several groups meet in the Church Offices in Downtown LA.

For specific directions to meeting locations, please contact the group’s leader(s) using the contact email listed on the Grow+Serve Group Catalog.

Download Catalog (PDF)

FAQs

What is the purpose of the Grow+Serve Group?

The mission of New City Church is to be an inclusive, Gospel-centered, community of lovers of Jesus Christ who connect people to God, grow together, serve the city, and extend God’s Kingdom.

Grow+Serve groups are the primary spaces in which people who are being connected to the God revealed in Jesus are growing in their love for God and one another, serving the city that God loves, and ultimately extending God’s Kingdom.

How big are the Grow+Serve Groups?

It is about 10-30 people, depending on the group.

How long will they go for?

They will continue one quarter at a time. People can sign up for the same group the next quarter if they want to continue.

The Quarter Schedule:

Spring 2017: April 23–July 1, 2017

Summer Break

Fall 2017: TBA

How do I sign up for a Grow+Serve Group?

During the sign-up period, you can sign up via the Attendance Card on Sundays or online here.

What do Grow+Serve Groups do in a meeting?

Learn Together: Group dialogue is either based on a book or theme in the Bible, a book participants read together, or guides that follow the sermon series.

Share and Pray with One Another: The groups will spend time getting to know and praying for one another.

Plan to Serve or Serve Together: Each group will discern together how they will serve together.

Have Fun Together:  Groups are encouraged to organize fun activities for participants that don’t break the bank.