Maranatha Community Church is a church of Small Groups. Members participate in the life of the church by joining a Small Group.

What is a Small Group?
It is a group of people who meet together not only to worship God and discuss around His Word, but to reach out to their community.

In these smaller communities, believers are accountable to each other. The primary purpose of these groups is edification (building one another up).

When do Small Groups meet?
They meet on a weekly basis either on a Wednesday or Thursday evening. Outside of this, they also have social events and informal fellowship.

Where do Small Groups meet?
Across all communitites that Maranatha touches in the homes of members of the Small Group.

Church life, caring, sharing and outreach happen through Small Groups, if you are not part of one, contact the church office to help you find your nearest Small Group.