At Rhema Community Church we believe an essential component for spiritual growth is living in Christ-centered community. Growing as a follower of Christ is a lifelong process that is designed to occur with others. The Bible tells us that the very first Christians, “devoted themselves to the apostle’s teaching and to fellowship, to the  breaking of bread and to prayer… they broke bread in their homes and ate together…” (Acts 2:42, 46b) 

Through Home Groups we intentional engage in community together. A Home Group meeting typically consists of sharing a meal together, fellowship, encouraging one another, and discussing biblical truths together. Home Groups are designed so that families can engage in community together; children are gladly welcomed.

If you would like to Join a Home Group or want more information please click the link at the bottom of the page or contact Taylor Ours -

Riccio's Home Group 

Meeting Time: Sundays at 5:32 PM

Location:  Marshes of McKay neighborhood, (US 17 N area)

Hosted and Led By: Tom and Judi Riccio 

Current Group Discussion Topic: Bring your True Self - Weekly Sermon Discussion

Hemenway's Home Group 

Meeting Time: Sundays at 5:30 PM

Location:  Oak Grove Island neighborhood, (Sterling area)

Hosted and Led By: Steve and Shannon Hemenway

Current Group Discussion Topic: "Beautiful Outlaw" John Eldredge

Lindberg's Home Group

Meeting Time: Sundays at 5:30 PM

Location: Laurel Grove Plantation, (Highway 82, South Brunswick )

Hosted By: Foster and Cady Lindberg

Led By: David and Katie Drury 

Current Group Discussion Topic: "Authentic: Developing The Disciplines of a Sincere Faith" by James MacDonald

Downtown Disciples Home Group

Meeting Time: Thursdays at 6:00 PM

Location:  Downtown Brunswick, (old town area)

Hosted By: Jim Wilkinson

Led By: Angel Hicks

Current Group Discussion Topic: "Ephesians Extravaganza"

Young Adult Home Group 

Meeting Time: Wednesdays at 6:00 PM

Location:  Marshes of McKay neighborhood, (US 17 N area)

Hosted By: Jill Geary

Led By: Taylor Ours

Current Group Discussion Topic: "Everyday Questions" by RZIM