Community Formation FAQ

Community Formation

Looking for a community group? Join us at Community Formation!

We will hold Community Formation on multiple Sunday mornings throughout the year. It’s an opportunity to connect with other Watermark members in the same life stage who are also seeking to form a community group.

Once you have completed the Membership process, you can jump in any time and keep coming back until your group is ready to kick off!

Do I need to be a Member to attend?

Yes, the formation process is for individuals at Watermark who have completed every step of the Membership process, except finding a community group. For more about the Membership process, go to

Who typically attends Community Formation?

New members who have recently completed the Membership process will jump directly into Community Formation. Existing members may also join the Community Formation process if their group is looking to add members, or if their group has recently disbanded.

What will Community Formation look like?

Every meeting has three components: connecting, teaching, and discussion. Each week, we’ll give you a chance to connect with others in your same life stage, hear teaching on topics related to biblical community and life, and discuss what you’re learning in a small group setting.

When does Community Formation happen?

Community Formation is held on multiple Sundays throughout the year from 9 to 10:15am at The Hill. See website for dates and registrations.

Is there Kids’ Ministry?

Yes, during the 9:15 am service.

How often do I attend?

In order to be placed in a group, keep coming back until the group is ready to kick off. We will form groups once we have enough eligible people.

Do I need to RSVP?

Yes! This will help us strategically introduce you to others in your season of life and geographic area. Please RSVP to one of our events below.

Interested in serving at Community Formation?

We have three opportunities to serve with Community Formation: hospitality/greeting, table facilitation, and community group leader (for your own community group). If you’re interested in learning more about these opportunities, email Alexandra Anderson at


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