Community Groups

We gather together to learn how to love God and love one another. Groups are not only the primary entry point into community within Sojourn, they also represent the church on a personal level. Joining a community group is the best way to truly be a part of Sojourn. We have groups that meet all across the city during the week.

Most of our Community Groups consist of 10-15 people who meet in a home once a week for around 2 hours to learn about God, pray, eat, laugh, and live. You do not have to be a member of Sojourn Church to be a part of a community group. All are welcome!

Expect Jesus to be the focus. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. (John 14:6). We believe that He should form and fuel everything we do.

Expect a variety of stories and relationships. (Romans 12:4-16)
CG’s are diverse. As we learn to live in harmony with one another, we reflect God’s hospitality and we grow in Christ-like humility.

Expect a relaxed and safe atmosphere. (John 13:34-35)
CG should be a place where you personally experience the love and grace of God from others. While you should expect this, keep in mind that all relational connection is a risk. CG’s are made up of imperfect people and imperfect people can, at times, cause us to feel anxious and unsafe. If you experience this, we encourage you to talk with the CG Leader or with a pastor and share your experience so we can grow together move toward greater love and grace.

Expect to invest and share. (Acts 2:42-47)
CG is a place where we can truly live into the reality that God has blessed us so we can be a blessing to others. Remember, as with most things in life, what you get out of your CG depends heavily on what you are willing and able to put into CG.

We have over 75 groups meeting all over the city! Find a Community Group here. Simply fill in your address, and check the list to find a convenient group meeting near you. When you register, the group leader will be alerted and will contact you within a few days. If the first group doesn't feel quite right, don't worry. You can visit several before making your decision. If you have additional questions about community groups, or if you’re interested in leading or hosting a group in your neighborhood, email us at

Midtown Community Groups Staff

Clif Roth

Pastor of Groups

Hannah Shultz

Operations Administrative Assistant

Sojourn Collective 1303 S Shelby St Louisville, KY 40217 | | (502) 635-7053