group life


If you want to grow in your relationship with Jesus, you need to have intentional relationships with people who have the same goal—and Community Group is the ideal place for that. In a Community Group, eight to twelve adults meet regularly for a year or more to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships. You’ll be encouraged to live out the truths you discover in the Bible, as you encourage others to do the same.

We offer Community Groups for adults in various stages of life:

  • Married Groups include couples in the same stage of life—newly married, without children, with children, and empty nesters.
  • Men’s Groups are made up of  men at different stages of life, including married, single, divorced, and widowed.
  • Women’s Groups are made up of single women or a mix of women at different stages of life, including married, single, divorced, and widowed.

To join a Community Group, come to GroupLink. GroupLink is a two-hour event where you can meet people in a similar stage of life and area of town with the goal of forming a Community Group. A host and plenty of staff members and volunteers will be on hand to navigate you through the process of meeting others and forming a group.

GroupLink Orillia
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GroupLink Barrie
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Questions about Grouplink? Just send an email to


GroupLink Registration

Please fill in the form below to register for GroupLink.




Q: Do I need to register for GroupLink?
A: No. We just want you to come and get connected. Registering for GroupLink does help us plan for the event. If you can, let us know you’re coming by registering using the above form.

Q: What if I can’t attend GroupLink?
A: If any of the groups that form at GroupLink aren’t full, we’d love to help you get connected. Following Grouplink, we will post a “Groups On Demand” registration form where you can sign up for a group if you are unable to attend GroupLink.

Q: What is the difference between GroupLink and a community group?
A: You go to GroupLink, a two-hour event, to join a community group. Community groups are small groups of six married couples or eight individuals of the same gender that meet weekly in someone’s home for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer.

Q: What is a Connector?
A: Volunteers serve a vital role at each GroupLink event. Connectors are volunteers who help people connect into groups by providing information about upcoming GroupLink events. They also attend the GroupLinks to assist people as they form groups.

Q: Is childcare provided at GroupLink?
A: Childcare is not provided.

Q: In what areas of town do Connexus Church groups meet?
A: Connexus Church groups meet in both the Barrie and Orillia areas, as well as surrounding areas.