Small Groups

We weren't created to do life alone. Throughout God's word and His creation, we see His love for community. And at Crossroads we desire for you to experience God through life-giving relationships.

Our small groups consist of three or more people who gather in a home, workplace, restaurant, church or online — anywhere a group can gather. These groups engage in encouraging activities that help the members connect, grow, serve, pray and give together.

Small groups come in all shapes and sizes — singles, married couples, students, men, women — the list goes on. No matter where you are in life, there is a group for you, here are some examples: 

  • Home Groups – meet at a home, apartment, or local places to study the Word of God together, fellowship, serve, and grow community. Home groups are typically composed of 6 to 12 people.
  • Online Groups – meet virtually via Zoom, WebEx, Google Meets, etc. Online Groups allow people to meet remotely rather than in person. 
  • Passion Groups - are comprised of people with a similar passion or topic of interest. That passion could be related to fitness, a sport, a hobby, and more. Groups will get together to discuss and actively enjoy their passion in community with other believers. For more on passion groups, click HERE.
  • Serve Groups – are comprised of a few people that meet together to serve in our church, community, or overseas. 
  • Table Groups – meet together in one of our discipleship venues. Such groups meet during Sunday Morning Connect classes or Wednesday Night Life.
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    Bible Study - Book of Acts
    Tuesday Nights

    Bible Study - Book of Acts
    Tuesday Nights  |  6:30-8pm
    Great Room, Millbrook Campus - Join Us On Zoom! 

    We are created with a desire to know God and have a relationship with Him. Understanding His Word through Scripture is foundational to our relationship with Him. As we dive into Scripture, we learn more about God, ourselves and how we connect with others. All are welcome to join us this year as we study the Book of Acts.

    Each week there will be live teaching from a variety of teachers and a discussion time with your table group.This is a great way for your small group to participate together in Bible Study! Bring yourself, your family, your friends and small group to grow in the Lord together.

    Please contact Kristin Gruber if you have any questions. Please register below to let us know you are coming.


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    Find Your Group

    Using the Group Finder Tool is as Simple as 1-2-3:

    1. Enter your search criteria and click 'Search'
    2. Click on a group name to view details
    3. Complete the contact form & click 'request'

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    Start a Group

    We weren't created to do life alone. And at Crossroads we desire for you to experience God through life-giving relationships. Our small groups consist of three or more people who gather in a home, workplace, restaurant, online - anywhere a group can gather.

    The best way to experience a small group is to start one of your own. It's simple! Just grab 2 or 3 friends, find a place to meet and you're good to go!

    Starting your own group is simple:

    1. To launch a Small Group email  Daniel Messina or Genesis Moragne
    2. Host your first meeting - That's it!
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    Grow Your Group

    Welcome Leader! Our hope is that these resources provide you and your group with the encouragement and training you'll need to grow deeper relationally and spiritually.

    Description Resource
    Small Group Leader Guide A guide to start and lead your small group. 
    Small Group Game Plan This tool designed to help you plan and establish your group. 
    Small Group Development Guide Leadership tool to assess growth needs within your group
    Suggested Group Studies Screened & selected curriculum tools and study guides
    CRF Academy A comprehensive study organized by all major areas of life.
    Group Serve Opportunities Opportunities for your group to serve and grow together.
    Small Group FAQs Most frequently asked questions, with answers, to help you in your leadership journey.
    Childcare Suggestions  Time-tested ideas for creating a family-friendly group culture.

    Oneness Embraced- Facilitator

    Oneness Embraced- Participant

    A discussion guide on Tony Evans' Oneness Embraced: Reconciliation, The Kingdom and How We Are Stronger Together.
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    Small Groups Update Form

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    Churchwide Alpha Training 

    Wake Forest Campus, August 15
    Rm 205  |  12:30-2:30pm

    This is a churchwide event for those who have interest in learning about Alpha Courses and starting Alpha Groups. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Register yourself and for your childcare needs below as spots are limited. 

    + What is ALPHA? We believe that everyone should have the chance to explore faith, ask questions and share their point of view. Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith. Each session looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation.

    Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome. It runs online, in cafés, churches, universities, homes -- you name it. No two Alphas look the same, but generally they have three key things in common: Hospitality, a Talk and Good Conversation.

    + Who is ALPHA for? Alpha is for anyone. People attend from all backgrounds, religions, and viewpoints. Participants come to investigate questions about the existence of God, the purpose of life, and the claims of Jesus. Some people are curious to understand what the Christian faith believes. Others come to learn more about the God who really changes lives. Many guests have never been to church, others may have attended church occasionally but feel they have never really understood the basics of the Christian faith or simply aren't able to articulate why they believe what they believe. Everyone is welcome.

    + How much does ALPHA cost? There is no charge for attending the Alpha course.

    + What is discussed? Over the 10 weeks of Alpha, participants explore the following topics:

    • Who is Jesus?
    • Why did Jesus die?
    • How can we have faith?
    • Why and how do I pray?
    • Why and how should I read the Bible?
    • How does God guide us?
    • Who is the Holy Spirit?
    • How can I resist evil?
    • Why and how should I tell others?
    • Does God heal today?
    • What’s the purpose of church?

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    Knightdale Community
    Small Groups

    Knightdale Community

    We are developing a community of Small groups with the goal of launching a Campus in the Knightdale area! We are excited to see what God has for the Knightdale Community and how Crossroads Fellowship can be used to transform this community for Christ. To hear the heart behind our Knightdale Campus, watch this video message from our Senior Pastor, Andy George.

    If you would like more information about this community, please take a minute to fill out this form.

    Join our Knightdale Campus Facebook Group: