Ministry Director: Keith Shostak
When: Various times during the week (see below)
Where: Groups are organized by geography (see below)

You are invited to experience church in a whole new way. Real people, real relationships, real ministry with real results. Jesus said: “Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” (John 13:35) Our home groups are all about the love God has given us. Loving Him, loving each other and loving the lost. This intimate time with the Lord and one another will change your life! In your home group you will:

  • Be equipped for ministry by helping others through the gifts God has given you. Yes- you have gifts! (Eph 4:12)
  • Have true fellowship. By standing together we find synergy, support, sympathy, and strength (Eccl. 4:9-12)
  • Grow the body of Christ through community outreach. Home groups are a safe friendly place to bring your friends. (2:46-47)

Through your home group you will discover the encouragement of true covenant relationships. We pray for and support one another no matter the need. We also get to share the excitement of prayers answered. We are so much stronger when we work together, pray together and reach out together in the name of Jesus!

Home Groups

Thursdays at 7pm
Holly Springs (The Park’s)
Thursdays at 7pm
Southeast Raleigh (The Spindler’s)

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How often do you meet?
A: Every Thursday at 7pm.

Q: Where does my home group meet?
A: As close to you as possible. Groups are organized by geography. The groups consist of people of various ages and backgrounds for the benefit generational ministry.

Q: What is a meeting like?
A: The gathering begins with praise and worship followed by a children’s lesson/game. We then have a teaching/discussion on a current sermon topic at Charisma Church. The meeting ends with worship, prayer and ministry. At the end of every meeting will have refreshments and plenty social time. We try to be into the fellowship time within an hour.

Q: What is a “covenant?”
A: You will know each other in a group on an intimate level and will begin to find accountability with others. The covenant is a natural product of committed relationships. The covenant reads:

We are committed to love one another, to be actively involved and to serve in our home group, to pray for one another, to be available for one another, to be willing to share our resources with one another and to actively pursue the unsaved in our community.

Q: What will I get out of it?
A: Whatever you put into it. Remember: “It is more blessed to give than to receive“. You will make real friends, see prayers answered and be encouraged as you encourage others!

For more information on the home groups near you contact the church office.