Groups

Groups at Bellevue are small gatherings of people who meet together and encourage one another to Love God, Love People, Share Jesus, and Make Disciples.

Find a Group

GRowth happens in groups

God uses Groups to bring about transformation in the lives of His people. Our Bellevue family believes the best way to get connected with other believers and to grow your walk with the Lord is to first Worship with us, then join a Group, and finally Serve others in meaningful ways.

There are many types of Groups offered at Bellevue. Some focus on a season of life, while others address specific situations in life. Regardless of what Group you choose to take part in, you are sure to strengthen your relationship with the Lord and others.

Young adults meeting with their Life Group.

Life Groups

Life Groups help you connect with others like you and with God in a fresh way.

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Two women studying Scripture and enjoying fellowship.

Discipleship

Being discipled is one of the most effective and personal ways to grow in your walk with the Lord.

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Young adults meeting with their Life Group.

Equip Groups

These topic-based classes are focused on learning and growing in your walk with Christ as you develop Christian relationships.

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Young adults meeting with their Life Group.

Life Solutions

These groups help you discover hope and find support as you walk through addiction, grief, and other trials in your life.

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types of groups

Life Groups

Group meetings are offered on Saturdays and Sundays with a few options offered during the week.

No matter your age or stage in life, our weekly Life Groups help you connect with others like you and with God in a fresh way. Life Groups are designed to help you grow as a believer, to have victory in your daily walk with the Lord, and to serve Him with your own unique gifts and talents. These Groups are also known as one of the best ways for someone to get involved and find community at Bellevue.

Discipleship Groups

Group meetings are offered at various times and locations throughout the week.

Being discipled is one of the most intentional ways to deepen your walk with the Lord. And making disciples is necessary for believers who want to do the will of God (Matthew 28:19–20). For the Christian who desires to live a life of obedience, he/she must be focused on discipling others and being discipled themself.  

Equip Groups

Classes are offered primarily on Wednesday evenings with a few scheduled on alternative days.

Find a Group in your Equip class. These classes usually last 10–12 weeks and are focused on learning and growing in your walk with Christ as you develop Christian relationships. From learning how to biblically manage your finances, to being trained as a foster parent, or connecting with other women for Bellevue Women’s latest Bible study, Equip classes help everyone involved go deeper in their walk with the Lord.

Life Solutions

Group meetings are offered at various times and locations throughout the week.

When you face life’s problems, Bellevue wants to help you find Life Solutions. These Groups are designed to help you discover hope, find support as others walk alongside you, and celebrate victory in Christ. Visit our Life Solutions page to learn more about the current Group meetings being offered.

Pastors and Ministers

Family looks different for everyone. Feel free to reach out to any of our Pastors or Ministers to learn more about how you and your family can get involved with Life Groups.

Andrew Cross | Pastor, Young Adults (Singles 20s–30s)
Collin Whitney | Minister, Married 20s
Derek Ewalt | Minister, Married 30s–40s
Alex Leon | Minister, Adult 50s and Single Moms

Tim Shelton | Minister, Adults and Families
Sam McElroy | Minister, Adult 60s+
Jeff Howard | Minister, Men’s Life Groups and Outreach

Faqs

What can I expect when attending an in-person group?
  • Seating will be spaced out to keep distance between attenders.
  • Staff will disinfect high-touch areas in the classrooms between Groups.
  • Hand sanitizers and wipes will be provided.
  • Some Groups are choosing to teach “hybrid” (in-person and Zoom simultaneously).
What about masks in Group areas and classrooms?
  • Our Pastor is strongly encouraging everyone to wear a mask while in the building.
  • Masks will be available if needed.
Will coffee or water fountains be available in Group areas?
  • No, coffee and water fountains will not be available at this time.
  • Feel free to bring in your own “cup of Joe” or bottled water.
Can we bring food into our Groups?
  • Individually wrapped, store-bought items are best.

Out of respect and safety for others, if you’re not feeling well, please stay home and Connect with us online. We look forward to seeing you in person soon.

Questions?

We are happy to answer your questions and provide assistance. If you’d like to speak with someone over the phone, please call (901) 347-2000. You can also fill out our contact form.

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