At Immanuel we talk about Jesus, Community, and Mission all the time. They are what we are about as a church. Our groups ministry is where much of that community happens. They are where honesty between believers happens, where meeting needs happens, and where gospel-shaped friendships happen. Groups are one of the primary places where gospel culture is lived out on a week to week basis across the Nashville area. We have different types of groups, and we encourage you to jump into one (or more)!

Community Groups

What are Community Groups

Community Groups are one of the best ways to get connected to Immanuel. They are a place where you can say, "I belong"; where people can come with honesty and not feel weird for sharing the real state of their heart; a place where you can make gospel friendship and grow as a disciple in Christ. Community Groups are for everyone at any stage of life: single, married, engaged, kids, no kids, retired, college aged, and everything in-between. There are no barriers here, just show up and be encouraged.


  • All Community Groups are centered around and grounded in Jesus, Community, and Mission.
  • All Community Groups are open to anyone; they are not divided by age or stage in life. 
  • Community Groups meet either weekly, or twice monthly.
  • Community Groups are held in homes around Nashville.
  • The average size of an Community Group is 10-20 people.
  • Community Groups usually involve food, discussion of our sermon text, and prayer interspersed with much conversation, fellowship, and fun.

Find a community Group near you

Below is a map of the current Community Groups.  If you see a group that interests you, tap the pin and then tap the arrow in the pop-up to contact the leader about joining that group.
If you would like any help finding a group, you can contact us at

Adoption & Foster Group

The Adoption & Foster Group exists to support and connect families who are fostering, adopting, those who are considering fostering or adoption, and those who wish to support families taking these steps. If you are interested in learning more, please reach out by clicking the link below!