No one is meant to do life alone. God has crafted us for relationships. If you're looking to get to know some people in your community in a context that extends beyond Sundays, we'd love for you to join a Small Group.

Though each of our Small Groups have a different style and mix of different kinds of people, they all practice the ways we live out our values as a church. Small groups are a great way to meet new people, serve others, and experience genuine community.

Groups are typically gatherings of 5-10 people that meet weekly in neighborhoods throughout the city to discuss the issues and challenges of life, read the Bible, and pray together. Take a look at the groups below, and feel free to email the leader with any questions. 


Won Park, Small Groups Coach

Caroline Hughes, Small Groups Coach

Anti-Racism Small Group


Starts October 7th in Carroll Gardens.




We are a group that blends couples, singles, former atheists, and life long Christians. We welcome everyone's different perspectives and relish the opportunity to walk in other people's shoes. Our creative atmosphere centers on thoughtful discussion of scripture, contemporary events and good food! We typically meet off of the Lorimer L / Metropolitan G stop.


South Slope


We are a newer group of individuals looking to have thoughtful conversations and meaningful relationships. Whether you’re still figuring faith out or have been attending church your whole life, we look to not have all the answers but rather create an intellectual environment to discuss questions. Meet near F/G/R trains.




This is a diverse group of young professionals who enjoy sharing a great meal over discussions about life, love and faith in Brooklyn. We meet two blocks from the Myrtle-Willoughby G, and our group currently has room for newcomers. Bed-Stuy, Do or Die. Need we say more?


Ditmas Park


As a generationally, racially, and economically diverse group, we grow in our depth of love and care for meeting each other's needs through open and honest discussion and confession. We laugh loud, learn often and share the burdens and joys of one another. We also like to eat. Get to us via the F, G, B or Q trains to the Ditmas/Kensington/Flatbush area.


Park Slope


We are a friendly, welcoming group of mostly young professionals. Every weekly gathering is a mix of personal conversation, asking and talking through theological questions, and group prayer. We meet together in the heart of Park Slope near the 2/3, B, Q, F, and G trains.


Brooklyn Heights


We are a chatty and thoughtful group that incorporates contemplative prayer, honest personal conversation, and study in supportive community. We have a playroom for small children so bring your kids! We meet near the 2/3, 4/5, and R trains, but hail from all throughout Brooklyn.




We are an open, talkative group that enjoys both serious discussions and hanging out having fun.  We read books on various spiritual subjects together, or sometimes study books of the Bible. We meet on Monday evenings at the IBM Plaza (590 Madison Ave) and would love for you to join us.


Family Group


We serve families with kids of all ages, especially young ones. If family life makes it difficult to commit to a weekly group, join us once a month to meet other families, build community, and pray for each other as parents. Everyone who is able is asked to pitch in a small amount to help pay for babysitting so parents can focus on their own spiritual growth.


Writer’s Guild


A little separate from a Small Group, but Writer's Guild is a place to flex some creative muscles... Beginners, established writers, poets, essayists, bloggers--anyone who has a passion for writing and wants to develop your talent: join our community! We'll support and encourage you to nurture your creativity and passion. Bring a piece you're working on if you would like to read and receive feedback, or come prepared to listen to others.


Crown Heights


A mix of singles, couples, professionals and artists, all sharing a meal and studying scripture together. Everyone is welcome to join us as we read, discuss, pray and grow together each week.