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Redeemer Community Groups are a place to cultivate a deeper relationship with Jesus and each other. We believe spiritual growth happens when Gospel Centered communities are intentionally formed by the Scriptures and together grace motivated commitments in following the way of Jesus. Our goal at Redeemer is that everyone joins a Community Group. We offer Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed Groups (all ages and stages of life). These groups will be provided sermon based scriptures along with some helpful questions as we seek to engage and apply God’s Word to our lives.

Throughout the year we will offer trimesters (Fall, Winter, Spring) each consisting of eight week periods. When you join a group, the commitment is eight weeks at a time. Our hope is that we can help you find a place to grow in your relationships with Jesus in whatever season you find yourself. 

Group Options

Men’s Groups – Men’s groups offer in-person and online only options. They both meet on Wednesday nights with the in-person group meeting at the Redeemer campus. These groups will also be aligning with Junior/Senior High Wednesday night midweek.

Women’s Groups – Women’s groups offer both an in-person option on Tuesday mornings and online only option on Tuesday nights. There will also be Wednesday night groups at Redeemer aligned with the Junior/Senior High Wednesday night midweek.

Mixed Groups – Mixed groups (co-ed, all stages of life) that meet throughout San Diego and North County San Diego during the week.

The Winter session of groups will run for eight weeks from January 15 through March 12.

Most groups are full.  If you’d like to join a group please sign-up below to be placed on a waitlist.

Frequently Asked Questions

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HOW DO I join a group?

There are two main ways that people join groups. One is through filling out the registration link on this page. There we will help identify a group that best fits your availability and location. The second way is through connections you may already have with a group participant. 

How does redeemer form groups?

Based on your location, availability, and group preference we will connect you with a group of people. Our hope is that you are able to join with other people at Redeemer who live in your area as we grow in Gospel Community. 

i'm already in a group - Do i need to sign up?

If you were previously in a Community Group that you would like to remain in, check-in with your leader. If you would like to join a new group, please register again on this page. For all Men’s and Women’s groups, you will need to sign-up for the new trimester. 

I haven't heard back from a group after i signed up, what should i dO?

While our leaders and staff do their best to contact you in a timely manner, we recognize that things happen. If you have not heard back after a week, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

can i visit other groups?

At Redeemer, we encourage “Uncomfortable Community”, meaning we believe that God uses circumstances, people, and groups to help us spiritually grow. Therefore, we ask that you commit to at least 8 weeks before visiting other groups. 

can i bring my kids?

At Redeemer, we love kids. However, for our Community Groups, the CG leader is the one that decides how they will include kids during their group. This can be through encouraging groups to find childcare, sharing children, or having the kids separate for group discussion. For the Men’s and Women’s groups, they will NOT have childcare. However, they offer online groups as well as group times aligned with the Wednesday Student Ministry Midweeks on campus.

how does the trimester system change impact redeemer Men's, women's, and community groups?

The only significant change within the ministries is that they are now aligned with each other for the eight week commitment.

What are the differences between men's, women's. and mixed groups?

All of the groups are now listed as Community Groups. They will be utilizing the same materials and meeting for the same eight week duration. Therefore, the only difference will be the dynamics of a same gender group verses a mixed gender group. All three of our groups will encourage intergenerational participation.

how can i start my own group?

The expectation is that you have been attending Redeemer for at least six months and consider Redeemer your church home. We also recommend that you have either attended or are attending our membership class. It is important to us that you are aligned from a theological perspective as we shepherd our people. If you are interested please speak to your community group leader or contact [email protected]