CenterPoint Small Groups are small group Bible studies made up of 4-12 people who regularly gather to care for and support one another in the Christian life. They are a place where questions can be asked and answers discovered through simple Bible studies that apply to your life. Through CenterPoint Small Groups people grow in their knowledge and understanding of God’s Word while being strengthened by others’ friendship and encouragement.

Most groups meet weekly in member’s homes or workplace and generally follow a basic format:

  • Relaxing fellowship – getting to know one another (usually includes food and beverages)
  • Interactive Bible study – learning together how God’s Word applies to our lives
  • Prayer support – sharing prayer requests and praying for each other

In addition, groups regularly participate in community service projects together. These events not only show our community the love of Christ, but also help to unify the group around a common task.

How can I be a part of a Small Group?

New groups are forming all the time and current groups are always looking for new members. Groups are located in various places around Westerville. Simply use our contact form and select “Small Groups”, and we will give you all the information you need and help get you involved in a group that fits you.

“They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And he Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.”– Acts 2:46-47


Weekly Messages


Upcoming Events: (Event Calendar) Current Series – Christmas in a Nutshell

We Live- 12-24
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God Gave – 12-10
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God Loves – 12-03
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Current Opportunities:
(All Opportunities)

Prayer Ministry
Submit praise/prayer requests and pray for others.

Children’s Ministry
Teaching our children about Christ through Worship time and Bible presentation.

Small Group’s Ministry
Small Group’s are small group Bible studies made up of 4-12 people who regularly gather to care for and support one another in the Christian life.