CGs are small gatherings of people (Christian and non) that meet regularly for friendship, accountability, study and prayer, laughter, and occasionally tears. CGs are an essential expression of the mission of Camden Crossroads Community Church. They’re a place where we learn more about Jesus and life together. They’re the place where we wrestle with the truths of the Bible and encourage one another toward the life that God intends for us. Each CG is unique, shaped by its neighborhood and the people who attend. However, you can expect a weekly gathering in a home involves food, conversation, prayer, discussion for applying the Bible to practical living, and service in the neighborhood. At the heart of each CG is the desire to see an authentic community marked by love for Jesus, one another, and the neighborhood. We have a deep desire for our Community Groups to accomplish the following goals:
- To provide an avenue for connection to others within the group and provide mutual encouragement in their relationship with Christ.
- To provide a deeper understanding and personal growth in the Word through accountability in our groups.
- To engage the people in our neighborhoods by showing them Jesus and inviting them to come be part of a Community Group.
Why should I join a CG?
The God of the Bible is a Trinitarian God who is one and three persons: Father, Son, and Spirit. God has made us in His image, which means we are made for fellowship and friendship. When we are not living in community we suffer because life in a sinful world is too complex and tempting to journey alone. CGs are a place where we can live in relationship with one another through the ups and downs of life.
How do I get connected to a CG?
The easiest way to get connected is by talking with a CG Leader, one of our elders, or Pastor Ian either before or after the service. They’ll give you all the information you need to begin connecting in the community and fellowship of Camden Crossroads. You’re welcome at any time.
Where we meet:
Monday at 6:00 pm
138 Lake Manor Drive
Kingsland, GA 31548
Leader: Tom Reaves
Wednesday at 6:30 pm
Pastor Ian and Kari’s
107 New Hammock Circle
St. Marys, GA 31558
Leader: Pastor Ian
What we’re looking at now: Ed’s Story
Diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2000, and given a short time to live, Ed Dobson wrestles with the issues that suffering brings, like worry, identity, forgiveness, gratitude, and healing. But in the midst of his disease, Ed finds hope. Not the kind of hope that ignores suffering, and not the kind of hope that minimizes or bypasses suffering, but the kind of hope that can only come from acknowledging and engaging honestly with suffering. Ed’s Story is a seven-part short film series that takes an intimate look at Ed’s journey with ALS, and inspires us all to become the kind of people who find hope in the midst of difficult circumstances.
Join us for a great time of discussion and fellowship!