The "K" stands for koinonia, which is "fellowship" in New Testament Greek.  K-Groups are FBC’s expression of a warm, family environment in which we can fulfill the “one another” commands of Scripture while growing together in mutual discipleship and encouragement.  We meet on Sunday nights at homes throughout Fayette and Coweta counties as well as at the church during the spring and fall. K-Groups provide the church body opportunities for developing skills in hospitality, teaching, and missionary care. Meetings typically include time for music, teaching, prayer, and fellowship.

The purposes for K-Groups are to:

  • To train up godly men for teaching God’s Word. 
  • To train up godly men to shepherd God’s people.
  • To shepherd the congregation of Faith Bible Church more faithfully.
  • To encourage intimate fellowship within the small groups. 
  • To encourage accountability within the small groups.

It is wonderful to get to know others and encourage one another to grow more to be more like Christ. If you are interested in being a part of a K-Group, talk to an usher or one of the pastors on Sunday morning.

K-Groups have traditionally met during the school year, two semesters:  Fall & Spring.  When K-Group aren’t meeting, Faith Bible Church has corporate Sunday evening meetings at the church, also a great time to hang-out and have those personal conversations with fellow-believers.