At Frazer, we want everyone to be part of the community. We're a big church, with many options to get plugged into a small group and an area of service. This is where the "Frazer Church" becomes the "Frazer Family!"
Contemporary at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Sanctuary at 8:00, 9:30 and 11 a.m.
Chapel at 6:00 p.m.
Hispanic at 11:00 a.m.
Chinese at 10:30 a.m.
Worship at 9:00am and 10:30 a.m.
Child care available during either service
We want every member of the Frazer family to be part of a Small Group to experience community, dive into God's word, serve side by side, and build authentic relationships. Browse our Connections Magazine below for our latest catalog of small groups and Bible study classes.
Small groups can range from 3 to 12 people. Groups that grow larger than 12 are encouraged to multiply. The goal is for everyone to have an opportunity to participate in discussion.
Group sessions typically run 6-13 weeks. Some groups will choose to continue meeting longer. However, our goal is to provide frequent opportunities for new people to join groups or for people to change groups, as well as giving leaders a break between sessions.
Frazer offers groups for men, women, singles, couples, students, young adults, median adults, older adults, and inter-generational groups. Some are neighborhood-based, and some are formed around common interests. However groups form, our priority is for every person to have an opportunity to connect in authentic community.
A normal group meeting includes time for fellowship, prayer, and discussion of the Bible or a Bible-based book or video. Groups may also choose to meet occasionally just for fun and fellowship, and they may choose to work on a service project together.
Some groups dig deeper into the pastors' sermon topic for the week. Others may choose a video-based or book-based curriculum. Still others simply select a passage from the Bible to read and discuss. Whichever format is used, the goal is to better understand the Bible as God's word applied to our everyday lives.
Small groups are led by volunteers who have demonstrated a love for God, love for people, and a desire to see people become disciples of Jesus Christ. Volunteers facilitate discussion rather than giving a lecture, so they do not have to be an expert in the Bible to serve. In some groups, one volunteer leads the discussion while another volunteer serves as the host, opening his or her home and creating a welcoming environment.
Groups meeting in homes or neighborhood centers work out their own childcare. They may choose to make arrangements individually or work together as a group to hire a sitter, or take turns providing care. For groups meeting on the Atlanta Highway campus, childcare is provided during selected hours.
Let's get you plugged into a service area! Just fill out the form below and we'll follow up with you!
Frazer isn't a building, it's a community of people - and at the core of who we are is service; service to each other, service to our community, and service to our Creator. Our weekly ministries couldn't happen without the movement of the Holy Spirit evident in the hundreds of volunteers working to declare the truth of Jesus Christ.
If you want to learn more about the available Serve Teams you can always visit our various ministry pages around the website. At the bottom of each page you’ll find contact info for a team leader you can get in touch with to find out more and get plugged into a team. Or, use our online Serve Card form to indicate the area of service you are interested in and we'll have the appropriate ministry leader follow up with you.
Gatherings at Frazer with food, fellowship, and perhaps a special speaker provide an opportunity to meet new people. Our hope is that these large group events always lead to next steps where you can get connected to a small group where real community can be formed. Here's a little more info on a few of the upcoming community gathering events. You can also get information on events especially for men by emailing Charles Wise, and for events designed for women contact Susan Fisher.
One such gathering is our Wednesday Night Supper in the Fellowship Hall of our Atlanta Highway campus, served from 5-6pm during the school year.
Our adult discipleship team would love to hear from you if you have any questions about getting connected to a small group