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Community Groups

Community Groups kick off Sunday, September 10th!

SIGN UP NOW – Community Group Registration Form

TUTORIAL: "Church Community Builder Setup" video

If you have any questions, contact Andrew Jones


And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. And awe came upon every soul, and many wonders and signs were being done through the apostles. And all who believed were together and had all things in common. And they were selling their possessions and belongings and distributing the proceeds to all, as any had need. And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they received their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved.
(Acts 2:42-45)


Here at King’s Chapel, we are passionate about plugging people into the life of our church, and enabling people to experience authentic, Biblical community. For this reason, we strongly encourage everyone to join, participate, & engage in a Community Group. Our desire is that Community Groups are a place where the people at KCP are freed up to live out the “one-another’s” of the Bible. A typical format for our Community Groups involves fellowship (maybe with some food!), discussing & applying that week’s sermon, and prayer.

You can get to know our Community Group leaders below:


Byron & Devereaux are outdoor industry small business owners and homeschool their 3 kids where they live in Roopville. Devereaux grew up in Carrollton and taught special education for 12 years. Byron grew up in a career army home and moved to Georgia in 1998 after graduating college and serving 5 years in the army. The Cousins are passionate about hospitality, outdoors, gardening, and art & crafts.




Michael & Teressa Hamner have been active members of KCP since 2005. Michael serves as a deacon & usher, and Teressa serves with the Childcare Ministry, Events Ministry, & the Welcome Team. They have two daughters (Madison & Meka), and they adopted their son, David, from China last year! Michael works at Tanner Medical Center, and Teressa is a homeschooling, stay-at-home Mom. They are thrilled to be Community Group leaders this year and look forward to investing in the lives of their brothers & sisters in Christ!




Jacob & Briana Morton met while they were in college at the University of West Georgia, and they have been married for three years. They have a one-year-old daughter named Ruthanne. They enjoy road biking, watching hockey, going on walks, traveling, and being outdoors. Jacob & Briana are looking forward to leading a Community Group this year! 




Mike was born and raised in Carrollton. He graduated from Georgia Tech in 1991 with a degree in Civil Engineering. Mike & Shea have been married since 1994. They have four children: John, Joe, Grace, and Kate. The Cocklereeces have been at KCP since February 2015. Mike also serves as a deacon at KCP, and Shea has been heavily involved in ministering to KCP children.




Jeff grew up in Rhode Island and graduated from University of Rhode Island. While in college, Jeff came to trust in Jesus as Lord and Savior through a visit from the Navigators ministry on campus. While at school, Jeff met his wife Carol. They married after graduation and started their life journey in the Navy, Delta Air Lines, and have found community in Carrollton. Jeff and Carol have 6 children and a sizable group of really sweet grandchildren. Jeff serves as an elder at KCP, and together with Carol, they have been heavily involved in leadership roles of the discipleship ministry at KCP.




David & Brent Hildebrand have lived in Carrollton for 45 years, having moved here from North Carolina. David serves as an elder at KCP, leads the older men's Bible study, and coordinates the KCP Welcome Team. David and Brent enjoy serving & volunteering both at their church and in the community, and they are excited to lead their Community Group once again this year. You've probably already met David & Brent (multiple times) at the front door at church; next time you see them, be sure to ask them about Community Groups!




Avery & Allison Kelly have been married for over a year. They have been members of King’s Chapel for two years. Avery graduated from the University of West Georgia with a degree in philosophy, where Allison has just started her senior year working toward a degree in history secondary. Avery will be starting his Masters of Divinity this fall. Avery & Allison both work at West Georgia Cornhole.




Andrew & Emalee Jones are graduates of Troy University, and they have been married since 2010. Andrew serves as the Director of Ministries at King’s Chapel, and together with Emalee they oversee the Vision Pathway program. Before Andrew joined the KCP staff team, the Joneses spent five years on staff with Campus Outreach at the campuses of Troy University, the University of Houston, and Samford University. They have two children: a four-year-old son named Crosby, and a two-year-old daughter named Eisley. Andrew & Emalee are anticipating a great year of community groups!




Eric & Tina Heine have been members of King's Chapel since 1991. Eric serves as an elder at KCP, and Tina is heavily involved in the church's discipleship ministry. They love hosting their community group in their home, which begins with a time of fellowship and “snack” for the first half-hour, followed by group discussion and prayer. Although they are serious about building community, they love to laugh and have fun while doing it. The Heines have a full basement to accommodate childcare should you wish to bring your little ones. Typically, their group meetings are designed to end by 8:00 or 8:30.




Kyle & Makenzie Spayde are graduates from THE University of West Georgia. The Spayde's have been married for a year. Kyle works for the state of Georgia, and Makenzie is a  teacher and coach at Central High School here in Carrollton. We are looking forward to starting a new community group and building new relationships at KCP!