Revive Kingdom Groups are small groups that meet weekly in homes across the Treasure Coast where discipleship is our biggest priority. 

The Vision

Our vision for small groups is to be focused on discipleship, a place where all are welcome no matter where you are in your walk with Jesus. Each week we dive deep into the message taught in our services. We also spend time speaking life, ministering into each other, encouraging and practicing who God made you to be! Our goal is to keep small groups small, to grow, and then to multiply. Once our groups grow to 12 people, we stop growth until someone within the group is ready to lead, that leader then takes half the group and starts the process over.


Frequently Asked Questions

What curriculum do you use?

Each week we discuss questions that allow us to deep dive the weekly sermon. This gives everyone an opportunity to understand and ask questions that may have come up during the services.

How long does it last?

The expected structure of the group time is about 1 hour and 30 minutes. The expected structure of group time is about 1 hour and 30 minutes, consisting of:

  1. Welcome time
  2. Word/Lesson discussion
  3. Speak Life
  4. Ministry Time

What day of the week do you meet and what time?

We have many groups meeting different days and even times of the day. Once you fill out the interest form, we will reach out to you and let you know the groups that are meeting in your area.

How can I lead a group?

We encourage and love raising up new leaders! This is the best place to start if you feel called to ministry. It begins with participating in a group. There will be opportunities for those called to leadership. Interns are selected by Zone Leaders and Revive Leadership and eventually become Kingdom Group Leaders when it’s time to grow and multiply.

What happens if your group doesn't want to break from a group of 12 to a group of 6?

It’s essential to understand the vision and purpose of multiplying the Kingdom: to grow, develop, and multiply. This does not mean you cannot still be friends and fellowship together. However, for the purpose of the groups, we should aim to multiply.

How is success measured?

Are you being discipled? Do you want to go out and disciple others? These are the only ways to measure success and it is our only priority.

What happens if I need to miss a week or more?

It’s okay! Just communicate with your Group Leader.

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