Small Groups

Discipleship Happens in Relationships

Our hope is that The Summit Church would be a community of friends engaged in gospel-centered relationships resembling the early Church (Acts 2:42). That’s why we believe it’s important for all our members to be in a Summit small group! Active participation in a small group is critical for your spiritual health as you grow in your understanding and application of God’s direction in your life.

What does a small group look like?

A small group usually consists of seven to 15 Summit members who meet on a regular basis in someone’s home to study and discuss the Bible, pray for one another, care for one another, and do ministry together. These groups meet all across the Triangle on various nights of the week.

How do you get connected to a small group?

If you’re interested in getting plugged in to a Summit small group, simply fill out the interest form below, and someone from your campus leadership will be in touch soon to help you find a group.

Another way you can find out more about small groups is at GroupLink, our main connection event. You’ll have the chance to meet small group leaders, find out which groups are launching in your area, and learn how to get connected with them. GroupLink dates will occasionally be posted here upon being scheduled. Check back often to find out when the next GroupLink is happening at your campus.

Small Group Information Request

Alamance County

Dates Coming Soon

Brier Creek Campus

Tuesday, September 5
7–8 pm
Summit en Español


Blue Ridge Campus

Sunday, August 6
9:30–10:30 am


Cary Campus

Dates Coming Soon

Chapel Hill Campus

Dates Coming Soon

Downtown Durham Campus

Dates Coming Soon

North Durham Campus

Dates Coming Soon

North Raleigh Campus

Dates Coming Soon

What if you need help with childcare?

Childcare reimbursement is available to help make it possible for you to participate in small group life. Just complete and submit the childcare reimbursement form below.

Childcare Reimbursement Form