Home Teams

Stank ht 3Home Teams are small groups of 10-15 people that meet together during the week at a time and place of their own choosing to study the Bible, grow, and have fun meeting new people.

Northway organizes Home Teams in a semester system forming groups in August for the fall months, January for the winter and spring months, and in May for a summer mini-mester. Groups are offered for adults in every age group and stage of life.

Northway offers childcare at the church on Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Groups may meet at the church or drop off children at church and meet at a nearby home. We also offer a Childcare Reimbursement Plan for those that meet at other times. Each couple or group is to arrange their own childcare, pay the market rate, and then submit a form to the church for a pre-set reimbursement rate.

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Next Steps


Look over the catalog for a description of available groups and then indicate your selection using the “Register” button. Our staff will confirm your selection as soon as we can after receiving your registration.


If you are interested in joining a Home Team or receiving more information, contact our Connections Pastor, Phil Anderson, at 478-476-1971 or panderson@northwaychurch.net.

Home Team FAQs


How long is my commitment to a group?

When a person registers, they are only committing for that specific semester. Typically the semesters are:

  • Fall – September through November
  • Winter/Spring – February through April
  • Summer – June through July

How often does a group meet?

Some groups choose to meet weekly while others meet 2-3 times a month. These may include a social activity and/or a ministry project during the semester.

What’s a group meeting like?

Most groups serve dinner or refreshments at the beginning of their time together. Then they enter into their Bible study which may be from a book study or a DVD followed by discussion of the topic. Sessions are always very casual and conversational in nature with the leader facilitating the discussion.

How long are group meetings?

Most groups meet about 90 minutes including the social time – some meet longer, some shorter. It all depends on the needs and interests of the group.