Jesus’ vision for his church is more than a Sunday morning gathering. It’s a way of life, shared together in community, and lived out each day as witness to Christ before a watching world.
We treasure our gathered worship on Sundays, but we know we need more than that to grow deeper in Christ and live out our faith. For that reason we invite you to become part of a home group at Westgate. Home groups are small groups that meet midweek throughout the MetroWest.
WHO ARE HOME GROUPS FOR?
Everyone! Whether you’re just exploring the Christian faith, or looking to grow in faith and spiritual maturity, the best way to do that is in community with other Christians. Listen HERE for a recent Home Groups Testimony.
Some groups are mostly adults; several groups involve children in the group or provide childcare for the little ones.
WHEN DO HOME GROUPS MEET?
Home Groups meet on various evenings throughout the week. Click here for a list of days and times for the various groups. Most groups meet three weeks each month, and take the week of the second Tuesday off, which is when our various church boards meet. Contact the church office with any questions (office @ westgate-church.org, 781-237-2633).
WHAT DOES A HOME GROUP DO?
Home groups are about three things: Discipleship | Community | Mission
We want to help one another grow in spiritual maturity and Christ-like character, which is Discipleship.
The church is a family and Community. We want to grow in Christ together, sharing life in and around the good news of Jesus.
We’re a people with a Mission. We want our common pursuit of Christ to bear fruit in our witness to Christ, whether that means reaching out together as a group, or supporting and encouraging one another in our distinct spheres of influence.
All of this means that when we get together, you can expect warmth, honesty, laughter, and grace as we look into God’s Word, talk about life, and pray together for each other and others who need Christ. We want each group to be grounded in the gospel, guided by the Word, and fueled by prayer.