When everyone has something to do…
everything gets done!

As you look over the group roles, ask yourself…

How might God be pushing me to take a step of ownership over this  group experience? 

Point Person

Key Characteristics: Humble, Teachable, Intentional

  • Ensure other group roles are being carried out effectively

  • Encourage continued conversation about the direction of the group 

  • Communicate regularly with the group's coach

    • Expected to begin the Group Leader On-Ramp Process (details at the bottom)

    • Encouraged to be one of the Group’s Facilitators as well


Key Characteristics: Curious, Compassionate

1-3 per group


Key Characteristics: Hospitable, Intentional, Reliable

1-2 per group

  • Provide a clean, comfortable home environment.

  • Create a warm and friendly atmosphere. 


Key Characteristics: Detail-Oriented, Reliable

1 per group

  • Take weekly attendance

  • Send around information to group members, prayer requests after a meeting, etc. 

  • Ensure group meeting and outside event details and logistics are covered


Key Characteristics: Creative, Hospitable

At least 2-3 per group

  • Organize and provide snacks/food/beverages for group meetings and other events

Party Planner

Key Characteristics: Fun, Creative

  • Think of and organize social events/outings for your group and/or your group’s families/friends

Service Project Planner

Key Characteristics: Thorough, Intentional

  • Search out and plan ways to serve together through the church, with an organization, or in each other’s neighborhoods

Want to become a Group Leader in your group?

Group Leaders don’t fulfill a specific function in a group - a group can function just fine with multiple leaders or without any leaders. Group Leaders are people who have decided to take special responsibility for the spiritual health and trajectory or the group as a whole and the people in it. They are supported, equipped, empowered, and coached by the Groups Team Staff. 

Group Leaders are humble, teachable, curious and intentional.

And on that foundation, they also…

  • prioritize their own spiritual growth

  • protect the safety of the group environment

  • encourage engagement with God, the group, and the Church

  • continually gauge the health of the group

  • stay connected with their Group Coach.

Becoming a Group Leader is a 4-part process: (1) application, (2) facilitator training, (3) interview, and (4) leader training.