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Helping you grow spiritually by connecting relationally

We're all different and looking for different things from group life, but we all need community to thrive.

This year we have two different types of group, and we're also offering 1:1 mentoring. Sign up below!

Community Groups

These groups meet weekly or fortnightly for at least a term. They are relational and social, built around a common activity. This could be watching sport, playing board games, going for a bike ride or something completely different!

Each group is different but the goal is the same: to create space for people to build friendships, to be known. We hope this leads onto natural conversations about life and faith, and that the group becomes a place where its members provide care, support and encouragement to one another.

Here's a list of the current Community Groups that are open for sign ups. If you have an idea for a community group that you would like to be involved with, let us know by filling in the form at the bottom of the page.

Connect Groups

A Connect Group is made up of 8-12 people who commit to meeting regularly to explore topics, study the Bible and pray together. Socials and time serving the community as a group create space to deepen relationships and have fun. The goal is to explore and journey together, growing in your faith and being accountable to one another. Find out more about Connect Groups here.

Here's a list of the Connect Groups that are currently open for sign-ups - as we usually break for the summer and relaunch groups in September, we will have more options in the next few weeks so do check back. If you would like to find out more about leading a Connect Group then let us know by filling in the form at the bottom of the page.

BSF stands for Bible Study Fellowship. BSF groups study a book or books of the Bible in depth over the course of a year. There is reading to do and questions to complete between sessions, and groups members can watch a short video lecture after each session, and read the notes to gain more context and insight. We don't currently have a men's BSF group running at FBC but if you'd like more information about joining BSF for men, please visit the BSF website.


If you're not ready to join a group yet but you'd like the accountability that comes from meeting regularly with someone else, we're also offering 1:1 mentoring. Over three months you'll meeting weekly for the first month, fortnightly in the second, and once in the third month. You'll work through a booklet with your mentor, looking at topics such as who God is, who you are, and how you can prioritise and invest in your spiritual growth. If you'd like to sign up for mentoring, or find out more, please complete the form below.

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