Becoming Groups serve as a place for our church body to gather outside of our Sunday and Tuesday services to seek the Lord–deepening our walk–and to connect deeply with one another.
All of our groups gather to discuss the content of the previous Sunday’s sermon. During this season, some of our groups are meeting in person, some online, and some a combination of both.
We have several types of groups available, including:
Men’s Groups | Women’s Groups
Marrieds Groups | Single Moms Group
Open Adult Groups are mixed groups of men and women ages 20 and up.
C1/10 Groups are open to 30s + 40s.
Advance Young Adult Groups are for college aged and young professionals in their 20s.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What will in-person groups be like during this season?
Group sizes for in-person groups will be smaller to accommodate social distancing.
2. How do I know what type of group (in-person, online, or both) I signed up for?
Please look at the group description for which type of group.
3. Is there a capacity to these groups?
Yes, groups have different capacities depending on their type. Once capacity is reached, the registration will close for that group.
4. I missed the registration deadline, can I still sign-up?
Yes, please feel free to sign up!
5. What content will we be discussing?
All groups will have discussion around the previous Sunday’s sermon.
6. Can I participate in more than one group?
We ask that you register and commit to one group only.
7. I’m interested in Hosting, Supporting or Facilitating a group, who do I speak with?
Wonderful! Please email becominggroups@
Juan Rios was born and raised in Chicago. In 2010, his daughter was invited to CT’s Kids Week of Adventure. The following Sunday, Juan and his wife Zoraida attended CT with their daughter. Both Juan and Zoraida accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior the following October! Juan’s journey into ministry began shortly thereafter, as he and his wife started serving at CT. Juan came on staff at CT full-time in 2016. He has served in a variety of roles, including as the Facilities Director and Welcome Ministries Overseer.
His heart for Becoming Groups is to see people connect to the body of Christ in a deeper way, as they intentionally build relationships with a small group of people. He loves the ability to pray and speak life into others in a meaningful way through Becoming Groups. Especially in this season, he sees Becoming Groups as a vital way for others to remain connected and full of the hope of Christ.