Sunday morning activities are currently suspended during this time of quarantine. Many Core Groups and 5Groups are meeting via Zoom. Contact the office for more information. 

To help you and your family know others and be known, we have various small group bible studies for all ages. We call these Core Groups.


Core groups meet at 9:15am at the church building, or in various homes throughout the week.  You may want to pick your Core Group based on your family situation and needs.  If so, just ask one of our friendly Welcome Team members and they will point you in the right direction.  


Core groups also meet during the week at various locations if Sunday morning doesn't fit.  

We have Sunday morning groups for our youth and our kids (CoreKids!).  

University students are invited to plug into our Sunday morning large Core Group format. This group is multigenerational, taught by an elder or staff member, and helps students integrate into the larger church body as a whole.  


Core Groups go through the same curriculum developed to coincide with the messages preached on Sunday mornings during our Worship Gathering. At Eagle Heights, we preach through the Bible, not around it.  Therefore, each Core Group will be looking at the text designed to communicate the gospel through Scripture.



University & Multi-generational (Matthew Ziegler) - Open to all. Meets in Worship Center.

Senior Adults - (Begins at 9:30)

40’s - 60’s – (Jon Cunningham)

Multi-generational – (Kevin Moore)

Multi-generational - (Kevin Zacharias)

Multi-generational - (Erik Clary)

Middle School (6th-7th Grade)

Youth (8th-12th Grade)


Multi-generational – Russ Ingram / Harley Justus


40’s-60’s – 6pm - at the home of Gary & Micki Rogers


What is a 5 Group?

A five group is a gender-specific, multi-generational group (4-6) who get together to walk through the Bible for a defined period of time.


5 Groups are named after their five central components


The Bible is our primary curriculum because God’s Spirit uses God’s word.



We need each other’s successes, failures, life-experience and energy.



God has called us to be men and women who flourish in our biblical roles.

We do this by preparing each other for all of life’s seasons.



It is easier to commit to something if you know the terms.

Also, this gives us the understanding that at some point, these groups need to

multiply for the good of others. Most 5 Groups will meet for a semester.



These groups must be simple and reproducible. We do this with each other so we can do this with others. Each group will plant a new group at the end of their time.


Each week a 5 Group reads a sequential passage and asks three questions*.

  1. What is a question I have about the passage? 

  2. What is an insight (Aha!) I gained from the passage?

  3. What is an application for me to make from the passage?

* See David Helm’s book One to One Bible Reading and David Platt’s Disciple Making Plan



Why do we need 5 groups?

5 Groups will assimilate our Men’s Ministry, Women’s Ministry, and One to One disciple-making strategy. They will also be a new means to integrate college students into accountable multi-generational discipleship centered on God’s Word.


What is the difference between a 5 group and a core group?

5 Groups focus on facilitating biblical discipleship. Core Groups focus on facilitating Christ-centered community. 5 Groups are more reproducible and use the Bible alone as their curriculum. Core Groups are perfect for a personal invite from the Worship Gathering to know others and be known. Core Groups take care of each other and serve each other and in so doing, care for and serve the church.


How can you join a 5 group?

Our men’s and women’s ministries will hold connection point events early on in the semester where 5 Groups will be emphasized. At that point you can sign up based on what time works best for your schedule. You can always indicate interest on your Information Guide tear-out as well. New interested people will be funneled through men’s and women’s ministry leaders into appropriate groups.: