Community Groups

Community Groups

And they spoke the word of the Lord to him and to all who were in his house…he brought them up into his house and set food before them. And he rejoiced that he had believed in God.  (Acts 16:32,34)


Interested in Joining a Community Group?

In the early days of Christianity, Paul and Silas had an extraordinary encounter with a man whose life was changed by the Gospel, and the first thing they did together was share fellowship in the man’s home.

When you visit Christ Church, you can expect a warm welcome. It’s alright if you want to take a look, but are not yet ready to commit. In the long run, though, we don’t value anonymity.  Everyone is a part of the wider fellowship and thus can serve and grow, not least in personal relationships in our community. That’s the purpose behind our various community fellowships, which are dotted around Manhattan, and meet throughout the week.  We meet to have fun, enjoy food together, serve each other and the outsider, pray for each other and read the Bible together.

Community Group Meetings in NYC

A Community Group is a great way to build relationships with other Christians and to participate in the life of Christ Church. To get connected to a Community Group please email keith@christchurchnyc.com.

Community Groups are an integral part of the ministry of Christ Church, helping us to accomplish our mission of making disciples of Jesus who make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God. They do this through weekly prayer and Bible study, and by providing a structure for more focused pastoral care and accountability. They further provide a more intimate setting for mutual care and encouragement among members of our church.

  • Tues:    10 AM on Upper East Side (Central Park or at the church building) – WOMEN ONLY
  • Tues:     7:30 PM on Zoom to start the year
  • Wed:     7 PM on Zoom
  • Fri:         5:30 PM on Upper East Side (Central Park or near 86th Street/2nd Avenue)
  • Fri:         5:30 PM on Upper West Side (Central Park or near 88th Street/West End Avenue)