Bringing People Together

CLC Groups exist to help you develop relationships, build communities, and grow in your journey.

Ready to connect? Find a group below.

NameTypeDate / TimeLocationDescription
American Heritage Girls Troop AR-1815Special InterestMondays | 6:00-7:30 pmCLC l Fellowship Hall

The American Heritage Girls is a christian based scouting like organization for girls ages 5-18..  The program is divided into several levels based primarily on age. Girls participate in troop activities and work toward earning badges, learn leadership skills, aas well as social and spiritual development.

AHG Troop AR-1815

Troop Leader is Becca Cross


Troop calendar:

Bowling with Buddies Community GroupCommunity GroupTuesdays | 10:00am - 12:00pmFayetteville

This fun group of ladies like to bowl and they meet every Tuesday at Ozark Bowling Lanes in Fayetteville.  They will bowl and fellowship followed by some lunch and prayer.  


Leader is Pat 'Tot' Warford


Celebrate RecoverySupport GroupTuesdays | 5:30 pmCLC | Student Center

Many Christians today struggle with addiction and remain under the control of the world's entrapments. Celebrate Recovery is based on the eight recovery principles found in the Beatitudes. By sharing experiences, strengths, and hopes, we can open the door to God's healing power and begin to learn to accept God's grace and forgiveness in solving life problems.

Celebrate Recovery meets every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Student Center and in smaller Step Study groups throughout the week.

Jed Harris | 479-650-0586 |

Choir Breakfast GroupSpecial InterestSundays | 10:45 - 11:15 amCLC | Cafe upstairs

This group offers making and serving breakfast to the choir in between 2nd and 3rd service each Sunday morning.  

If you would like to be apart of this great opportunity, please email Laura James at

Emotionally Healthy Spiritually Community GroupCommunity GroupTuesday Evenings | 6:30 - 7:45 pmFayetteville

Danielle Brewster & Derrick Honore are joining forces and providing an in-home study group with the book Emotionally Healthy Spiritually by Peter Scazzero.  This group has a 12 person limit, ages 18 and older please.  A digital pdf of the workbook will be provided.

What is the book/study about?

For those desiring to take steps in their Christian life and discipleship, to break free from bondage to the past and experience healing, Emotional Healthy Spirituality is an eight-session video-based Bible study on the integration of emotional health and contemplative spirituality. Many sincere followers of Christ, followers who are really passionate for God, join a church, participate weekly in a small group, serve with their gifts, and who are considered "mature," remain stuck at a level of spiritual immaturity--especially when faced with interpersonal conflicts and crises. This study led by Derrick Honore will offer a strategy for discipleship and powerful pathways to transformation that will help people mature into a faith filled with authenticity and a profound love for God.

The eight sessions include: 

  1. The Problem of Emotionally Unhealthy Spirituality
  2. Know Yourself that You May Know God
  3. Going Back in Order to Go Forward
  4. Journey through the Wall
  5. Enlarge Your Soul through Grief and Loss
  6. Discover the Rhythms of the Daily Office and Sabbath
  7. Grow into an Emotionally Healthy Adult
  8. Go to the Next Step to Develop a "Rule of Life"

Light refreshments will be provided.  

Please feel free to bring your dinner with you.  

Location is off Mt. Comfort Rd in Fayetteville 

Contact Derrick Honore to sign up for this in home study at (479) 466-8471 

Grief ShareSupport GroupTuesday | 6:30 - 8:30 pmCLC | Hospitality RoomGRIEF SHARE FAYETTEVILLE AR

Find help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. You'll find it to be a warm, caring environment and will come to see your group as an oasis on your journey through grief.


For more information, please call 479.521.5683

Life at CannondaleCommunity Group2nd Sunday | 4:00-6:30 pmFayetteville

Life at Cannondale is a community group led by Jesse and Beatrice James in Fayetteville.  

There is dinner and devotional followed by fellowship and prayer. 

If you would like more information about this group, email

Our Faith Flow YogaCommunity GroupFridays | 10:00 amSpringdale

Faith Flow Yoga is a group open to all levels of fitness.  A 1 hour session that challenges our bodies through strength and stretching postures.  It also feeds our spirit with Christ focused music and friendships with one another.

Group leaders:

Deb Mickelson |  (479) 595-2683 |

Inger Nelson |

Primrose Connect GroupCommunity Group2nd Sunday | EveningNWA

This well established group is an Empty Nesters group and is a great place to share a meal, fellowship, and have a quick devotional.  Meets in the evening and rotates from several group members houses in the NWA area.  Meets regularly from September - May


Group Leader is:

Robbi Miller | E:

Real Men 2nd Saturday BreakfastCommunity Group2nd Saturday | 8-9:30 amCLC | Student Center

Come enjoy breakfast on the 2nd Saturday each month!  And while we're there, we will share an inspirational truth and prayer.  Men of all ages are welcome.

Group Leader

Mel Reed |

Renaissance Community GroupCommunity Group2nd Sunday | 6:00-8:00 pmLowell

This well established group loves a great meal, fellowship with friends and a good devotional.  Meets regularly on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 6-8pm in Lowell.


Group Leaders are Ron & Laura England

Single & ParentingSupport Group3rd Friday | 7:00-9:00 pmNWA

At a Single & Parenting gathering for moms, you’ll participate in video seminars that explain how to do things like wisely encourage your kids to obey or eliminate debt. Plus, you’ll develop meaningful friendships with other single moms, who, like you, are tired of hectic mornings and chaotic evenings, the kids fighting, and a never-ending to-do list. They meet on the 3rd Friday of every month at the church.  Childcare is provided, but you need to sign up the Wednesday before the meeting.  

For more information contact:

Carolina Vargas

The Link: Young Adult & College Student GroupsCommunity GroupvariesNWA

The Link is a community designed for college and young adults led by Pastor Sam Blankenship here at CLC. They provide several community groups based on your current season of life.  

Click on the link to see a list of our current groups 

Website: | email: 

Trail Life Troop AR-1815Special InterestMondays | 6:00-7:30 pmCLC l Gymnasium

TrailLife USA is a christian outdoor adventure program for boys ages 5-18.  It is a faith based scouting organization that provides youth mentorship and character development.


TrailLife Troop AR-1815

Troopmaster:  Michael Kemper


Transfer Youth CirclesCommunity GroupSunday evenings | variesNWA

Pastor Danny Tuxhorn and his wife Liz oversee the Transfer Youth department here at CLC.  Every other Sunday evening the transfer youth have an opportunity to gather with peers of their age in a host home.  This is a great time of growth and character building.


Wednesday PrayerCommunity GroupWednesdays | 12:00-2:00 pmCLC l Hospitality Room

This Ladies 55+ group meets every Wednesday at the church in the Hospitality Room from 12-2 pm for prayer. 


Group Leader

Lorene Maguire |

8:37 Men’s GroupCommunity GroupThursdays | 7:00 pmFayetteville837 MEN’s CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP is derived from Romans 8:37. As brothers-in-Christ, we gather Thursday evenings in an informal setting to study The Word. We take time to engage in prayer for one another, to share our challenges, and to express gratitude for the victory of Christ in our lives. Men 21 and older. Nondenominational. ‪

Harry Huber  | 479-445-4852 |

Frank McDuffee | 479-530-7225 |

W2W Women’s Life GroupsCommunity GroupVariesNWA

There has never been a time that women needed each other more than now? Women of different ages, cultures, races, backgrounds.

To cheer each other on. To build each other up. To grow and stretch each other. It takes effort. Intention. Time.

But, it is a call God places on our lives – to grab each other’s hands, across generations, and pull each other up. Gently nudging each other closer to Christ on this journey called life.

That’s why we’ve created W2W Life Groups - to bridge the gap between generations and draw us into relationship with one another; connecting our lives and intertwining our stories.

Single, married, career women, homemakers, students…W2W is for ALL of us

Wherever you are in life, there is always someone a few steps behind you. So let’s unite. Focusing on how similar we really are instead of allowing our differences to separate us.

Join W2W Life Groups and let’s walk this road together. We were not meant to do life alone. God created us for relationship.

“W” Women’s Tuesday Morning Bible StudyMinistryTuesday | 9:00 - 11:00 amCLC | Fellowship Hall

The Women's Ministry offers encouraging Bible studies throughout the week and gatherings throughout the year.  Join us as we reach our God given destinies as women together.  To keep up with all that “W” is doing, follow us on social media at @wministryatclc

Our current session for Tuesday morning is on the Book of Esther

Childcare will be provided 

Session Dates: January 14th - May 12th 2020

Faciliator: Liz Tuxhorn

Location:  CLC l Fellowship Hall

Materials:  Cost is $10 for the entire semester 

The StorySpiritual FormationWednesday | 6:30 pmCLC

For those intimidated or overwhelmed by the unabridged Bible, The Story helps people understand God’s Word more fully and engage with it more easily.  The Story is an abridged, chronological Bible that reads like a novel.  And the Scripture segments are seamlessly woven together with transition text into a single grand narrative. Using this DVD driven curriculum and study guide, we will break down the seventh thru twelfth sessions on how the story of Scripture intersects with the story of your life and allows you to open your eyes to God’s master-plan as it unfolds in the lives of the Bible’s characters. Discover the heart of God’s Upper Story and the joy that comes as you align your story with God’s.  In this 6-week session, we will uncover:

Session 25 – Jesus, Son of God
Session 26 – The Hour of Darkness
Session 27 – The Resurrection
Session 28 – New Beginnings
Session 29 – Paul’s Mission
Session 30 – Paul’s Final Days
Session 31 – The End of Time

Book: $5.00

Facilitator: Chad Harcourt


How to read the Bible for all it’s worthSpiritual FormationWednesday | 6:30 pmCLC - Room 206-D

Understanding the Bible isn’t just for the few, the gifted, or the scholarly. Enjoy God’s Word to the fullest!  How To Read the Bible for All It’s Worth is a reader-friendly book that explains the different kinds of biblical literature – such as prophecy, Gospels, poetry, and history – so you can get the most from them.  In this class, Ron will explain how to read the scriptures in context to make right interpretations, discuss simple steps of exegesis so you can make practical applications, clear up a lot of misconceptions and help you grasp the meaning of Scripture and its application to your 21st-century life.


WEEK 1 Feb. 12: Introduction, Chapters 1-2, Bibles, The Need to Interpret

WEEK 2 Feb. 19: Chapters 3-4 Context, Exegesis, Hermeneutics

WEEK 3 Feb 26: Chapters 5-6-7 The Word and History of God’s People

WEEK 4 Mar 4: Chapters 8-9-10 Parables, The Law, The Prophets

WEEK 5 Mar 11: Chapters 11-12-13 The Psalms, Wisdom, Revelation

WEEK 6 Mar 18: What Did I learn? Exercise- Interpret a “problem passage”

Book:  $15.00

Facilitator: Ron Wood


The Touch of JesusSpiritual FormationWednesday | 6:30 pmCLC - Room 204
In this women’s class, we will look at some of the people, largely women and children, that Jesus touched. What did He do? What did He say? How were their lives and the lives of those around them impacted? Bring your Bible or your Bible app on your phone. Come and see what we can learn and incorporate into our lives so that we, and others around us, are impacted and changed by “The Touch of Jesus” All handouts for this class will be provided.

Facilitator: Barb Root


Generation Z UnfilteredSpiritual FormationWednesday | 6:30 pmCLC - Room 203

This generation of students who have grown up in the 21st century are the most social, the most empowered, and also the most anxious youth population in human history. If you are struggling to connect with and lead them, you are not alone. The latest research presented in this book, however, illuminates a surprising reality: The success of the next generation doesn’t depend entirely on them. Their best chance of success starts when adults choose to believe in them, challenge them, and walk with them through the nine greatest challenges today’s youth will face. Over the next 6 weeks, Steve Williams will walk through this book with you for their sake, and for the future success of our world.  It’s time we started seeing Generation Z—unfiltered.

Book:  $15.00

Facilitator: Stephen Williams


How to hear God’s voice in a loud and noisy worldSpiritual FormationWednesday | 6:30 pmCLC - Room 206-C

Discover the art of meaningful dialogue with God.  Signa Bodishbaugh, author of Divine Conversations, will use this resource book for the class. When we learn to recognize the voice of God from all the other voices vying for our attention, we can find the intimate place in His presence our hearts long for. This course will cover twelve weeks, studying two chapters a week.

Book:  $15.00

Facilitator: Signa Bodishbaugh


Atkins Community GroupCommunity GroupSundays at 7:30 PMFayetteville
  • Food, discussion and relationship building each week.
  • Coffee & desserts one week and potluck the next (switches back and forth)
  • For those with children, they’ll need to provide own childcare.
Kyle & Katie Atkins |
Grace Har/Ber Community GroupCommunity Group2nd Sunday at 5:00pmSpringdaleOur group is very dynamic and eager to find ways to glorify our Lord with spiritual growth, encouraging one another and sharing Christ in acts of service in creative and practical ways.

The focus is on exploring/developing ongoing ministry opportunities we can all participate in - i.e. collecting egg cartons for Life-Source, supporting YWE/YME with donations, neighborhood outreach and support with meals/transportation, etc.

Activities: Potluck and fellowship followed with devotion/discussion and prayer requests/prayer time.

Susan Keith | 501-802-5557 

Fisk Community GroupCommunity Group1st Sunday from 5-7pmTontitownThis group is for couples & families.
Meal & Fellowship.

Leaders Mike & Lori Fisk