The vision of our Community Groups is to practice and experience genuine, sincere community, where people demonstrate love, practice care, engage in dialogue, share in critique, and embrace serving together. It is our vision to see people from all walks of life gathering and fostering Gospel-centered community through these “extensions” of our church.

We believe that Community Groups are vital to one’s life and growth at Metro. If you would like to “plug into” the life of the church, Community Groups are an excellent starting point.

Find a Community Group Near You

Visit our Community Groups located throughout the metropolitan Philadelphia-area. We encourage you to consider a group that meets in your locale; do not hesitate to bring those who are new to the Christian faith, or have questions about faith and life, since our Community Groups are intended more for demonstrating the Gospel in situ.
The following are the active Summer Community Groups in your area:
Cheltenham, Ambler, Lansdale
Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 PM
Chestnut Hill, Roxborough, Lafayette Hill
Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 PM
Mount Airy, Germantown
Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00 PM
East Falls, Manayunk, City Line
Thursdays, 7:15-9:15 PM
Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Marlton
Thursdays, 7:15-9:15 PM
College Fellowship

Contact college@metropres.org if you would like more information about getting “plugged into” the College Fellowship community.

Select group(s) near you:

Metro North 1: Cheltenham, Ambler, Lansdale
Metro Northwest 1: Chestnut Hill, Roxborough, Lafayette Hill
Metro Northwest 2: Mount Airy, Germantown
Metro East: East Falls, Manayunk, City Line
Metro NJ: Cherry Hill, Voorhees, Marlton
University Fellowship

Fellowship Through Community Groups

Sunday Worship Services at Metro Presbyterian Church consist of the visible “body” of the church. However, worship services do not constitute the entirety of the church’s ministry; the “heart” of the church can be found when genuine community is fostered through Community Groups. Joining any new community can be daunting if you’re “new”, but one begins to feel “connected” and “plugged in” by adopting the values of the church through fellowship and partnership. Community Groups are directly applicable channels within which we practice and demonstrate the Gospel.

Each Community Group is comprised of 6-12 people usually within a geographical region. Community Groups meet for 2 hours on the average (official times last no more than 2 hours) in two “4+2” cycles quarterly, that is, they usually meet for 4 weeks consecutively, followed by a 2-week break.

Community Groups are led by members of the church, who receive training and regular support from the church staff and leadership. Metro Presbyterian Church desires to foster a healthy co-ed, diverse, non-threatening Community Group environment—reflecting the growing diversity of our fellowship. Just as our children grow in faith through the Word and in fellowship, our Community Groups serve as extensions of Gospel application in the life of our church.