Serve a Group

HOW YOU CAN SERVE A GROUP

There are several ways you can get involved to help serve a community group at ACC. You can explore the four opportunities we provide below that allow you to serve within your gifts.

1. FACILITATORS:

We believe that true, lasting life-change happens in the context of community, and facilitators get the incredible privilege of initiating that environment! Facilitators lead weekly community groups by directing conversation around Sunday messages and getting the members of the group to engage in discussion and prayer. The first step to becoming a Facilitator is to fill out the ACC Facilitator Application.

2. MENTORS:

Mentors serve as the spiritual voice into community groups by leading, equipping, and supporting the facilitators. Mentors provide wisdom and guidance by communicating regularly with facilitators, initiating community among their facilitators, visiting groups once a semester, and working with developers on group health.
 
Prior requirements to be met before serving as a mentor include: having been personally following Jesus for over 3 years and having served as a facilitator for a community group for at least a year.
 
The first step to becoming a Mentor is to fill out the interest form at the link below.

3. DEVELOPERS:

Developers also serve as a spiritual voice into community groups by existing as the relational connection for facilitators (College Facilitators ONLY). Developers meet one-on-one with facilitators and assist facilitators on a weekly basis. They help answer questions such as: “How do I start my group well?” “How do I end my group well?” “How does planning center work?”.
 
Prior requirements to be met before serving as a developer include: having been personally following Jesus for over a year and having served as a facilitator for a community group for at least a year.
 
The first step to becoming a Developer is to fill out the interest form at the link below.

4. HOST HOMES:

Host Homes serve as the “home away from home” by providing a space for college community groups to meet. They can serve however their schedule allows (either weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly).
 
The first step to hosting a community group in your home is to fill out the interest form at the link below.