Community Groups

Valley Fourth Community Groups

Community Groups at Valley Fourth Church are about finding a place to connect, belong, and grow. We recognize that God created us for community and doing life together. We would love to help you find a place to plug in and start getting to know people on a deeper level.  Our Community groups meet on different days of the week and in different homes. Some meet weekly while others meet twice a month. Some of the groups have childcare as well.  We will even start new groups if needed. If you are interested, fill out the sign up form and we will get in touch with you and let you know about the options.

On Campus Community Opportunities

Besides Community Groups that meet off campus, there are a number of on-campus opportunities to experience Biblical Community. Click the links below to learn more

Current Opportunities

South Valley I
Meets on 2nd & 4th Tuesdays. Family Friendly. Starts Tuesday Night September 24th
Location: Kintigh’s House. Led by Pastor Josh. Email: Studying “Making Space”
South Valley II
Meets on 2nd & 4th Tuesdays. Family Friendly. Starts Tuesday Night September 24th
Location: Shanklin’s House. Led by Pastor Sam. Email
Studying “Making Space”
Youth Adults

Shelly Lake
Meets on 2nd & 4th Wednesdays. Starts Wednesday, September 25th. Location: Hogue’s House. Led by Jim Chavez. Email Studying the book of Philippians
Meets on Wednesdays, every other week. Location: Monroe’s House. Led by Phil Monroe. Email Continuing to study book of Acts.
Meets on Fridays, every other week. Family Friendly. Starts on Friday, September 20th. Location: Craciun’s House. Led by Filip Craciun. Email  Studying “Making Space”
Note: New groups will begin periodically. Please let us know if you are interested in being a part of forming a new group .
It’s so easy to fill your schedule with stuff that has no real value. This new Bible study will help you identify what matters to God (and you) and then apply biblical wisdom to incorporate those activities into your busy life. Each session will address a topic that is important but often overlooked or wrongly engaged. Gleaning principles from the Book of Proverbs and the example of Jesus, this study can help you turn from empty and unfulfilling busyness and devote yourself to doing what matters most.
Session Topics Include:  What Is Wisdom? Work and Money, Rest, Prayer and Bible Study, Heart, Friendship, Family, and Hospitality.

Acts 2:42-47

Biblical Community Basics


"And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching"
Groups have an element of leaning from the Bible. Some use video based teaching and others go though study books or books of the Bible.


"And they devoted themselves to ... the fellowship"
Genuine fellowship and connection to one other is fostered in our groups. This is a place to be who you are.

Sharing Food

"They received their food with glad and generous hearts"
Relational connection and trust is fostered by sharing food together. Groups always have snacks and sometimes have meals.


"And they devoted themselves to ... the prayers"
Group members count it a great privilege to pray for one another, both at group meetings and during the week.


"And awe came upon every soul"
Some groups may sing together, but there is a deeper worship and trust for God that develops out of spending time in the Bible in community.


"Distributing the proceeds to all, as any had need"
If anyone has a need we believe that their small group  should work together to help meet the need.

Meet in Homes


"Attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes"
We intentionally seek to meet in homes following the early church pattern of corporate worship together on the weekend and smaller gatherings in homes during the week.
"The Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved."
We desire that group would always have an empty chair, praying about and inviting friends, neighbors, and coworkers to join their group.

Sign up for a Community group

We'd love to get you connected to a small group in your area. Fill out the form below to get started.

Community groups help people grow in their faith and build community. Our groups take place throughout the week in different neighborhoods, so use this form to find a group that's right for you. We'd love to have you join us!