May 4th, 2018 | 6:30pm

Happening at all 3 locations

Three Steps To Get Connected To a Community Group

Grouplink is a one-night event that is hosted at your campus which includes dinner and the opportunity to meet your new Community Group leaders as well as other members joining the group.

1. Choose Your Campus

Grouplink is hosted at each of our locations to better serve you and allow you to be at your specific campus you attend. Choose your campus below under the description.

2. Select A Group

Look over the new groups that are being launched at this upcoming Grouplink and click the green button to sign up for the group that best fits your schedule, life stage, and location.

3. Mark Your Calendar

In the event you can’t attend Grouplink, your group leaders will contact you with the details needed for you to get connected to your group.

Choose Your Campus

Please select the Mercy Hill campus that you attend, and you will be taken to a page with all the new Community Groups launching at that campus. There you’ll be able to take a look at each group description and see where each group is located. Once you have found a group that looks like it will be a good fit, you can sign up for that group directly on the page. After you have signed up, you will receive a confirmation email. We look forward to seeing you on May 4th!

Mercy Hill Church - Grouplink - Regional Campus
Mercy Hill Church - Grouplink - Clifton Road Campus
Mercy Hill Church - Grouplink - Edgefield Campus

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FAQs

Where do groups meet?

Mercy Hill has over 100 groups meeting throughout the Triad. Most groups meet in the home of the group leader or at a group host home. There are also groups currently meeting on college campuses. Our goal is for you to find a group that is within 10-15 minutes from where you live.

What do the groups study?

In order to create church-wide unity in discipleship, all group leaders are provided with a weekly teaching guide that is written by our Community Groups team. These guides are prepared in conjunction with the sermon of that week and seek to study the same biblical truth from a different passage of Scripture than what is preached on the weekend.
Group leaders may also provide supplemental studies during the summer months, or based on a perceived need in the group.

What do the groups do for childcare?

We understand that having children can sometimes make it more difficult to join a Community Group, and we want to make it as easy as possible for parents to attend. Each group leader ultimately decides how childcare is handled in their group.
Mercy Hill offers a childcare reimbursement for parents while they attend a group. Families secure childcare (your group leader can also be a great resource in how you may be able to find a qualified sitter), fill out the Childcare Reimbursement Form at the end of each month, have the Community Group leader sign it, and follow the submission instructions on the bottom of the form.
There are a few groups that have the ability to offer childcare at the home, but the vast majority of group leaders encourage the reimbursement method due to logistics and to prevent distractions.

Mercy Hill Church Child Care Reimbursement Form

Are there Community Groups for students?

The Community Group teaching guide is adapted to fit the discipleship needs of all ages.
MH Kids Family Worship Guide is provided weekly to parents of preschoolers – 4th grade
Route 56 is a weekly ministry to 5th and 6th graders that meets at each campus on  Sunday mornings and functions as a Community Group to that age range.
MH Students meets weekly on Sunday nights at the Regional Rd. Campus and connects 7th – 12th graders into Community Groups.
MH College hosts Community Groups on and around college campuses in the Triad.

What types of groups does Mercy Hill offer?

We offer many different group types to coincide with your current stage of life:

College – students currently enrolled in undergraduate programs.

Young Professional / Graduate Students – those furthering their college education as well as those who are just out of college, in their 20’s, and/or are in the beginning stages of a career.

Young Families w/ Children – couples who are in their first 10 years of marriage and have a child or children.

Multi-generational – adults of all ages. These groups provide diversity in age for the sake of having similarities in the group as well as opportunities to learn from people older and younger than you.

Men’s Group – men of all ages

Women’s Group – women of all ages

Empty Nesters – adults who, whether they had children or not, are past the stage of raising children in their homes.