Groups Starting October 2016:


What is a Community Practice Group (CPG)?

A CPG is an opportunity to make a deeper connection with the people around you. We are practicing building community, deepening relationships, establishing our chosen family HERE, within this congregation.

Who can sign up for CPG?

Anyone really. HOM members, and non-members alike are welcome to participate.

Do I have to be a certain age to sign up?

The age you are is just fine. However, we ask if you are under 17, that you check with your parent before signing up for a CPG.

How long is my commitment?

Short; most groups last 6-8 weeks before dissolving and new groups will be formed. While some groups may meet on a weekly basis, others might meet every other week, or a set number of times in those 6-8 weeks.

Is there a COST to participate?

There is no cost to sign up, however there may be costs associated with the activity the group is doing. For example Beer Daddies, there is no cost to show up, but if you order a beer you should be prepared to pay for it.

Will there be child care?

Great question! Child care will be determined within the group. If enough families are coming that it makes sense to hire a babysitter, groups can determine that themselves.

Groups specifically geared towards families with younger children are coming soon, so please look for them. em.

What if I hate it, can I quit?

Let’s not be negative now… We are not going make you do something you don’t want to do. Let’s assume that it is going to be great.

Why should I sign up? 

Your HOM neighbors would like to know you better. We would like to create a world where people smile when they see you, and call you by your first name. We would like to empower our congregation to walk through the secular world knowing there is a community to love and support them. We would like to insert Love and Mercy into your week, so you can say, “I’m doing great!” not just getting by. Besides, it’s good practice. 

Who can I contact for more information