Community Groups


Community Groups


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TUTORIAL: "Church Community Builder Setup" video

If you have any questions, contact Tina Heine

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)


Community Groups are the driving force behind fellowship and care at King's Chapel. We believe that shepherding, sharing and growth happen most effectively in the small group context.  So, we gather in groups of approximately 14-16 people meeting weekly, either at the church or in a home.

While each group has it's own distinct feel, they are all based around discussing and applying the most recent Sunday sermon. That means that preparation is easy; just review the sermon study questions in the bulletin each week.  Community Groups also include times of sharing and prayer for one another.  Some include regular meals; others do not.  Childcare is provided at no cost when children come to the meeting with the parents.  

You can get to know our Community Group leaders below:


DAY & TIME:     Sundays at 1:00pm
LOCATION:     Andy & Melisa Woznicki's home in the Mill Pond Subdivision

Chris and Taylor Jacks are newly-weds. Chris is a graduate from the University of West Georgia, and Taylor is a graduate from Troy University in Alabama. They met their first year of attending a Summer ministry for college students called Summer Beach Project through Campus Outreach. Chris works as a recruiter at Chase Professionals helping people in the Carrollton region acquire jobs. Taylor works at a ministry called International Leadership Institute assisting with marketing and grant writing. Chris serves on the coffee team at KCP, while Taylor serves by welcoming you at the front door. We are thrilled for the growth, fellowship, and laughter we are sure this time will bring, and cannot wait to partner with the Woznicki family to see the ways the Lord move through this community group.   


DAY & TIME:    SUNDAYS at 4:30pm
LOCATION –    Chuck & Kim Davis' home south of Carrollton
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. This community group will have a potluck dinner and childcare provided on-site.


DAY & TIME:  SUNDAYS at 5:00
LOCATION – The Camps' home in Villa Rica

Nathan and Christina have been at King's Chapel for one year, after moving to the area from Birmingham. Nathan is a graduate of Auburn University and Christina is a graduate of Furman University. The two met while Nathan was in dental school in Birmingham, and they have been married for two years. In their free time, the Camps enjoy traveling, going to concerts, "homesteading," and spending time with their two dogs. They are excited about leading a community group and continuing to build relationships at KCP. This community group will have snacks or dinner and childcare provided on-site. 


DAY & TIME:     Sundays at 5:00
LOCATION:     Mike & Shea Cocklereece's home in Roopville



DAY & TIME:     Sundays at 6:00
LOCATION   Dwight & Mary Fisher's home in the Sand Hill area
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! This community group will have a potluck dinner (after the group meeting) and childcare provided on-site.


DAY & TIME:     Tuesdays at 6:00
LOCATION:     The Spayde's home in downtown Carrollton

Kyle and Makenzie Spayde are both graduates from the University of West Georgia and have been members of KCP for over 3 years. Kyle is a parole and probation officer and Makenzie teaches and coaches softball at Central High School. They have been married for 2 years and are expecting a little boy any time now! They are excited to be leading a community group and can’t wait to build new relationships through their group! 


DAY & TIME:     Wednesdays at 6:00
LOCATION:     The Sorenson's home on the west side of Carrollton near UWG


DAY & TIME:     Wednesdays at 6:30
LOCATION:     The Hendley's home on the north side of Carrollton

Andrew and Meredith met while both attending RTS Seminary in Orlando.  They have been married for eleven years and have four children.  This August marks their 6th year in Carrollton and at KCP!  They love community group ministry and hosting people in their home.  Snacks and occasionally dinner will be provided.


DAY & TIME:    Wednesdays at 7:00pm
LOCATION:     Scott & Deanna Kiser's home south west of Carrollton

Jonathan and Mary Kathryn Horsley have been married for a little over a year and are both graduates of the University of West Georgia.  Jonathan is currently a science teacher and coach at Central High School and in graduate school for biology online.  Mary Kathryn is pursuing her master's degree in Speech Language Pathology at UWG.  They're so excited to lead a community group again!  This group will have snacks or dinner each week.


LOCATION :   The Heine's home on the west side of Carrollton near UWG
DAY & TIME:     Wednesdays at 7:30pm
Eric & Tina Heine have been members of King's Chapel since 1991. Eric works at Tanner Medical Center in the Emergency Room and also serves as an elder at KCP. and Tina is currently serving as KCP's administrator. They have 4 grown daughters.  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. Typically, their group meetings are designed to end by 9:00. This community group will have snacks and childcare provided on-site.