Community Groups are a central aspect of our church culture and focus on our core value of Truth in Relationships. Our goal is for every individual and family at Real Life Sango to get plugged in to a Community Group!  These weekly meetings will help you dive into relationship with your church family and grow in your walk with Christ.  Through Community Groups, we see strangers becoming friends and friends becoming a church family.  

NOTE: Groups have stopped meeting in for the summer, and we hope you’ll check back in August when we re-launch group signups for the fall.  In the meantime, check out our Summer Studies.

What are Community Groups?

Groups meet weekly in church member's homes to share life and discuss Pastor Freddy T's sermon from the previous Sunday.  We try to keep them limited to about 12-20 people, depending on location.  The 2-hour meeting is divided evenly between fellowship time, sermon discussion and prayer.  Community Groups follow the school calendar and meet weekly from September to May.  We try to provide several options based on time and location, so you can easily find a group that fits your schedule.  

How do I find the right group for me?

You can select a group by simply finding a time and location that works for you!  Our groups are not based on demographics in order reflect the diverse nature of our church family and the body of Christ as a whole.  We know you’ll be blessed by walking alongside group members young and old, single and married, parents or not. When groups are meeting during the school year, you can sign up by clicking the button at the bottom of this page or by visiting the Community Groups table on Sunday mornings.

Can my children join?

Of Course!  We never want childcare to prevent anyone from participating in Community Groups, so Real Life pays a qualified and background checked childcare worker to hang out with the kids during the meeting time.  Most host homes will have a bonus room or basement for the kids to hang out in while the adults meet.  Rarely, a host home doesn't have the extra space for children to join, so if you're needing a place for your kids, be sure to look for the "Childcare Provided" note under Group Attributes.

How can I help?

We are always looking for host homes and discussion facilitators for our Community Groups.  If you’re interested in serving in this way, please contact our Community Groups Director, Carolyn Maynard (