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Getting Started

Though we currently have nearly 40 community groups meeting all throughout the greater Oklahoma City metro area, this map shows our currently open groups. Here you can find descriptions of each of our currently open groups as well as a map that shows you where each group is located. If you would like to visit one of these groups or would simply like more information about them, send us an e-mail and we'll be happy to help put you in touch with the leaders, as well as answer any other questions you might have.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out what day of the week each group meets? In the “tags” section of each group description, you’ll see listed the day of the week that each group typically gathers as a whole group, although as groups grow in doing life together, they increasingly gather on other days and in other ways.

How do I find out where each group meets? The map below shows the general location of the primary host homes for each group’s whole group gatherings, but groups will often vary where they gather, whether it be a local coffee shop or another group member’s home.

What if I can't find a group that meets near me? Providing groups that meet near all our people is an ongoing challenge since Oklahoma City has more surface area than any other city in the country besides Jacksonville, FL, and that’s not even counting the broader metro area outside of Oklahoma City proper, where many of us live. The more groups our people plant and reproduce, the more people are able to enter into Christian community and move out on mission where they live, work, and play. If you're unable to find a group that meets relatively near you or on a day that your schedule permits, we also encourage you to consider signing up for the next Connect Course—a six-week small group experience led by the pastoral team that meets on Sunday mornings during the first service. You will find listed in your bulletin each week dates for upcoming Connect Course launches. As called and qualified leaders emerge, new community groups will often launch out of the Connect Course. Additionally, you may want to prayerfully consider starting one, as there are probably other members of Bridgeway near you in a similar predicament. If you are open to that idea, take the first step of filling out the Bridgeway Leadership Assessment, and once you fill it out, the pastoral team will receive it and get in touch with you to set up a meeting. 

What about kids? We view our children as a part of our groups rather than a problem to be solved. That being said, it often takes a lot of creativity to find sustainable rhythms with children, and each group is continuing to figure it out as they go.

What are "discipleship groups" and how do they relate to community groups? Many groups gather as a whole group for community—discussion, sharing, eating together, and prayer—and then will often gather in smaller groups of just men or women for more focused discipleship. When we break up and gather in these more intimate, gender-specific ways, we refer to these as our "discipleship groups". There we'll 1) share what we've been reading in Scripture, 2), confess sin and share what we're facing that's hard as well as we're we've seen God at work in our lives in encouraging ways, and then 3) pray for each other and the lost people God has brought into our lives. It typically takes quite a few months of connecting with the whole group before you're ready to move into that more intimate space of the discipleship group. Also, anyone can start a discipleship group outside of a community group. Read through the discipleship group cheat sheet we’ve created for you, and grab one or two friends and start meeting and praying together!

Find a Community Group

If you would like to visit one of these groups or would simply like more information about them, send us an e-mail and we'll be happy to help put you in touch with the leaders, as well as answer any other questions you might have.

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Leaders: Brent & Clarissa Crocker

Bio: Brent and Clarissa met in Missouri, and have been married for four years. They have been changed and challenged by the community at Bridgeway for the past two years, and want to walk in the Lord's leading by opening their home to a community group. They love the outdoors, great food, road trips, and the St. Louis Cardinals!

Description: It is our vision to bridge the gap between ethnicities, cultures, and stereotypes by coming together to serve God and serve each other. Whatever age or stage of life you are in, we can all learn from and serve each other with our unique spiritual gifts and abilities. Our ultimate aim is to glorify God by unifying the body, and encouraging each member according to the gospel. Tags: Tuesday, Evening, College & Post-College, Kid-Friendly, Married, Married-Seasoned, Married-Young, Singles, Meal 

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Leaders: Steve & Trudi Logan

Bio: Trudi and Steve have been married for over 33 years and have two daughters in their twenties. They have attended Bridgeway for about a year. They enjoy deepening relationships with others and drawing closer to the Lord.

Description: Our group focuses on living life together and deepening our relationships with the Lord. We encourage each other to more closely follow Jesus. We share meals, have prayer time and Bible study (currently harmony of the Gospels). Tags: Thursday, Meal, Married, Singles

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Leaders: Bill & Dian Binion

Bio: Bill and Dian both called western Oklahoma home during their early years. Following many twists and turns in each of their individual lives, God brought them separately to the thriving metropolis of Corn, Oklahoma (population 500). In 2000, they developed a strong friendship as neighbors and three years later were joined in marriage. In 2014, God used a series of events to orchestrate a move to Oklahoma City. Shortly after their arrival, God led them to Bridgeway, the church they’ve called home for the past two and a half years. Fast forward fourteen years and Bill and Dian are honored to be grandparents to four children from three daughters with very diverse interests. When they’re relaxing, Bill and Dian’s home is filled with the strains of praise and worship music, interrupted by laughter in reaction to the antics of three cats who allow them to live with them.

Description: Our lives are founded on the principle that God is the Master Potter and we are the clay. Because of our varied, diverse, and at times challenging backgrounds, we believe we are living representations of how God can take broken human beings, reshaping and restoring them into powerful examples of God’s love and forgiveness. God has called us to lead a community group where everyone is welcomed with open arms to share life’s ups and downs and receive spiritual guidance and direction through His Word and prayer. By sharing meals, daily activities, and life experiences, we can all benefit from each other’s experiences. God has also put it on our hearts to offer support, both in prayer and eventually financially, to Bruce and Deborah Warren, who minister to the Pakistani Muslims in the U.K. Tags: Evening, Sunday,  Married, Singles, Meal