connecting with each other

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Connecting

We connect with each other through our Connection Groups (C-Groups.)

One way we define success at Temple Baptist Church is by how effectively our ministries move people from our large worship services into our Life Groups.

At Canvas, a Connection Group is the best place for sustained life change to occur. Each group may be a little different, but the ultimate goal is to provide an environment where prayer and care exist. We were not meant to live life alone.

Practically speaking, there will never be a way for the staff to personally minister to everyone who attends our church. That's why we place such a high premium on group life. It's how we minister effectively at Canvas.

What is a connection Group?

A Connection Group is typically made up of eight to fourteen people who meet regularly during the week to share about their lives and support one another. Each group has a leader. Groups meet in a number of different locations around Athens, including coffee shops, restaurants, the church and work places, but typically they meet in homes. Most groups meet weekly during evening hours.  Our goal is to accommodate the different needs of those in our church by offering a variety of options.

What do Connection Groups do?

This can vary from group to group, but the main focus of every group is to provide prayer and care for the group members. Some groups choose to eat before or after their meeting; some do not. All groups consist of the following elements: praise, message discussions, and prayer.

When Do They Meet?

Connection Groups meet at all different times during the week. You get to choose the best and most convenient time for you and your family. Groups meet most nights of the week, even on Saturdays & Sundays.

For more information about our Connection Groups, contact us at Hello@CanvasChurchGA.com