Group breakdown & General Description:

We have all been hard-wired to do life in community; We weren’t meant to do this alone. (Acts 2:42-47, Hebrews 10:24-25) At Alethia, we offer various types of ministries along with discipleship focused community groups to match the diverse needs of our culture. We divide up our groups into the categories below based on the commitment and purpose of each group.

Fellowship (Breaking Bread) Dinners:

Come break bread and fellowship with other people of Alethia.  These groups are hosted at various times and days of the week by families of Alethia who have volunteered to open up their homes for fun, fellowship, and food!  These groups are low-pressure, low-commitment and serve as a great way to get to know those who are sitting around you during Sunday morning service.  Signup sheets are found at Sunday morning service on tables as you enter the main entrance doors.

Ongoing Ministries:

These ministries are continuously running at Alethia and serve as a foundation for who we are as a church.  Some serve an important and often vital role in the smooth operation of our Sunday services while others provide a consistent time and place to meet with others. Please click on the email link next to each ministry for more information or if you are interested in joining one of these ministries below;

Men’s Ministry (Meets weekly on Wednesday mornings) Email:

Women’s Ministry (Meets weekly on Thursday mornings) Email:

Youth Ministry (Meets weekly on Sunday evenings) Email:

D.I.G. Ministry (Meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month) This is specifically for our 4th-6th grade students. Email:

Greeting & Hospitality Ministry Email:

Worship Ministry (Practices together Thursday evenings and Meets Sunday mornings) Email:

Setup & Teardown Ministry (Meets Sunday mornings) Email:


If you’re interested in learning more about what Alethia stands for and more about the foundations of our faith, these classes are for you. These ministries are also a great way to get those pressing questions answered without the pressure and commitment of joining a community group. These meet on Sunday mornings at the church before service.

Foundations Class:

-Meets quarterly. Come learn about the basics of our faith and the fundamental tenants Alethia Church is built upon. Questions are welcome and encouraged here!

Alethia 101 Class:

-Meets quarterly. Wondering what we believe here at Alethia? Wondering if Alethia is a good fit for you? Want to learn more about our covenant or becoming a member? Ever wonder why we do things the way we do? These questions and more answered here!

By the Book Class:

This is a class for all those who desire to get more from their personal bible study. The class will get into Howard Hendricks’s book titled Living by the Book and will utilize the workbook to help guide discussion and learning.

Community Groups:

Want to go deeper in your relationship with Christ and do life with other Alethians? These groups provide a great space to connect and grow authentic relationships while walking through the ups and downs of life together.  Our community groups usually consist of 8-12 people who meet together on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.  These encompass all our other small groups which may require a longer term commitment. If you are interested in digging in deeper with folks in one of the many other groups we have, please click the “Small Group Sign-Up Form” link below and we will try our best to get you connected to a group which fits your preferences. If you have specific questions about any of the information you’ve read here please email us directly

<<< Small Group Sign-Up Form >>>

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