Small groups have been a vital part of Christian community from the very beginning. There are small groups for everyone. All are welcome.


 

Acts 2:46-47A

Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people.

 
 

UNDERGRACE SMALL GROUPS

Our small groups meet once a month, usually in someone’s home.
We are currently divided into the following regions: West Torrance, South Torrance, Central Torrance, Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes, and Walteria. If you’re interested in joining a small group, please contact ministy@torrancegccem.org for more information.

REMNANT SMALL GROUPS

Our small groups meet on Sundays after Remnant service (3:40 p.m.)
The groups are currently separated by gender, totaling in around five separate groups.
If you’re interested in joining a small group, please contact ministy@torrancegccem.org for more information.

Why Small Groups?

Small groups exist to foster and cultivate a supernatural community of believers rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. All disciples of Christ are called to experience the "one another" commands of discipleship in the New Testament, which is best lived out in smaller group settings. Everyone on some level desires to belong and be known by others because God created us for community and relationships. But the reality is many people are afraid of rejection, think they don't have the time, or have had a bad experience in the past (especially with church). However, belonging in a community of believers isn't an option; it's a necessity of absolute importance for spiritual growth and maturity.  If you are a follower of Christ, you have been called to participate in God's grand story of redemption. How can you begin? First, commit to community by prioritizing and attending the Remnant Small Groups time. Second, practice the "one anothers" by pursuing biblical friendships with intention, purpose, and love. Third, live out and share the Gospel together with your group by loving your neighbors and sharing Christ with them.