Gathering Circles

At Greenville Oaks, we believe that circles are better than rows because they allow us to develop relationships with each other. That is why we have The Gathering (the time between our two worship times) at 10:00 a.m. During The Gathering, everyone is encouraged to participate in a Gathering Circle (small group). Gathering Circles will allow you to have conversations with others and begin to develop relationships with them.

There is a Gathering Circle for everyone – whether you are interested in a biblical study, engaging conversation, coffee, or just spending some one-on-one time with someone else. There are Gathering Circles for adults, students, and children.

Handouts are available at campus entrances of all Gathering Circle locations.



The most common way we Do Life Together is through Connect Groups. Group participants, both Greenville Oaks members and others, often share similar life stages or common interests and care for one another, encouraging spiritual growth and discipleship with one another.

Connect Groups meet together, most often in homes, for a time of discussion-based Bible study, sharing concerns and blessings with one another, and praying together. They spend time serving others in our community but emphasize the sharing of life situations and needs so they truly know and care for one another.


At Greenville Oaks, we are convinced that following Jesus is much more than simply attending church services and leading a good moral life. When Jesus promised his followers the abundant life, he was talking about something that involved substantial transformation of who we are and how we think.

Just as the disciples of Jesus experienced this transformation and were excited to share the experience with others, so we believe that, as his disciples today, he intends the same for us. This journey of discipleship changes us and molds us into disciples who make other disciples. We call this process the discipleship pathway.

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Men's & Women's Ministries


Young@Heart Men's Fellowship Breakfast

This group meets on the first, third, and fifth Wednesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. at IHOP [map].


Men's Bible Study

A weekly men's Bible study group meets on Thursday mornings (7:30-8:30 a.m.) at Rudy's Country Store & Bar-B-Q [map]



Women's Bible Studies

Women met at various days of times during the week to study the Bible and spend time together. They often use Bible study workbooks or videos or other resources as a framework for the sessions.

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Tables of 8

Are you interested in meeting new people or reconnecting with those you have known for years? We have a place for you! Greenville Oaks women meet once a month at restaurants in the area to connect and build relationships.

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Celebrate Recovery utilizes the teachings of Jesus and biblical principles as the basis for a process that helps people work through the things that create difficulty in their lives. The truths that this process is based upon can help anyone deal with the things causing hurt in our lives, enabling us to recognize our hang-ups so we can move past them and overcome the unhealthy habits we have developed.



Life is hard. Jesus tells us plainly that in this life we will have trouble. Troubles can relentlessly threaten our well-being and the well-being of those we love. Disappointments, illness, loss and trauma can have long-lasting negative impacts.

HOPE is a growth group that combines spiritual truths with positive mental health practices to help members manage the challenges in life. Past and present members have found in HOPE a space to heal and find personal, relational and spiritual growth.

HOPE is structured so that new people can begin at any gathering and remain in the group for the duration of their healing process.


Financial Peace University


The Bible has a lot to say about money and how we need to be good stewards of our money. Financial Peace University (FPU) can help you have that plan. This 9-week course teaches God's way to handle money. Through video teaching, class discussions, and interactive small group activities, FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get from where you are to where you've dreamed you could be. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more! 

FPU Details

Dates:  January 3 - February 28, 2024
Time:  Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
Location:  at the Greenville Oaks building


Childcare is available. REGISTER WITH THE FORM BELOW.

Financial Peace Childcare Registration