Small Groups


Biblical discipleship in relational environments.


There is no question that as you read scripture, God has hard-wired you to be in relationship. Relationships happen in our small groups and are a key component to reaching your potential as you mature in Christ. Small groups are community based relational environments that meet weekly for the purpose of Biblical discipleship. They are the primary vehicle by which we carry out the vision and mission of the MET.

To get more information about connecting to a small group, use one of the links below, or visit the “Join A Group” area at your campus on Sunday!



Small Groups meet weekly in homes or other locations around town. Each group has an intentional leader and an apprentice that lead the group through a biblically based discussion. Groups vary in size, but not in purpose. They exist to help people grow and mature in Christ. You can expect a warm, welcoming environment, you can expect great conversation, and you can expect to be received just the way you are!
Every group is different. We want to help you get connected to the right group, so make sure to let us know if you would like to join a group with childcare. Some of our groups split the costs for a babysitter, some of our groups don’t offer any type of childcare, and some make other arrangements.
Groups primarily meet in homes. We will help you find a group near you, either based on your address, or the campus you attend. Every group chooses a different time to meet, if a certain day of the week works better for you make sure to include that information when you sign up.
There is not a set length of days, weeks, or months in a small group. Small groups are all about maturing in Christ. As people within each group grow and mature, we believe it is our responsibility to release them, enabling them to go and be disciple makers. It is one of the most celebrated times of our Small Groups when we branch a group, sending folks out to grow and expand the kingdom of God. This is the Great Commission (Mt. 28:18-20) being carried out!
We provide all of the material for our Small Group leaders. It is intentionally written to aid in the discipleship process. We use what’s called “orality”, the art of story telling. We pair this with discussion questions, in hopes that our groups engage in honest conversation and develop a knowledge of the stories of the Bible.

At times, we intentionally follow the messaging and/or text of our Sunday services.


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Groups Staff

Brad Kilgore

Brad Kilgore

Groups Pastor

Jones Campus
281.890.1900 x 1814
bkilgore@themet.church
Chris Bullard

Chris Bullard

Groups Pastor

Jones Campus
281.890.1900 x 1802
cbullard@themet.church
Stacy Lozano

Stacy Lozano

Women’s Group Director

Jones Campus
281.890.1900 x 1894
slozano@themet.church
Rick Theriot

Rick Theriot

Bible Studies & Discipleship Resource Pastor

Jones Campus
281.890.1900 x 1841
rtheriot@themet.church

Beth Bartholomew

Beth Bartholomew

Women’s Ministry Director

Cypress Campus
281.890.1900 x 1811
bbartholomew@themet.church
Derrick McNeil

Derrick McNeil

Groups Pastor

Cypress Campus
281.890.1900 x 1840
dmcneil@themet.church

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