Life Is Not Meant 
To Be Lived Alone

Connect With A Group Today!

Did you know we have over 30 small groups meeting throughout the week? We have groups meeting every day of the week, in homes all across Visalia, Tulare, and Exeter, on-campus, and in coffee shops. We have small groups for middle school, high school, young adults, and adults. We have men's groups, women's groups, co-ed groups, and couples groups. Sharing life through community is part of our design, but meaningful relationships aren’t always easy to find. That’s why Small Groups exist—to make these life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.  At Rise Church, we challenge everyone to consider connecting with others by joining a group!


If you're looking for a group to join, please use one of the links below. We'll get you connected with a leader!


As a group leader, you'll have the opportunity to help people establish meaningful connections with others by meeting consistently, encouraging one another, and growing together in their relationship with Jesus.

Frequently Asked Questions

When Do Groups Meet?

We have groups meeting almost every day of the week, so you'll most likely find one that fits your schedule. There are some morning groups, but most meet one evening per week.

Where Do Groups Meet?

We have groups that meet in homes, on-campus, in coffee shops, and even one that meets at a restaurant for breakfast. Our groups are spread out all over Visalia and Tulare. We can help you find a group that meets your needs and geographic location.

Is Childcare Available?

Most groups do not offer childcare, however there are a few that do. Let us know if you're unable to attend without childcare and we'll do our best to accommodate you.

What Do Groups Do?

Each small group at Rise looks a little bit different and reflects the personalities and passions of the people in them. Still, they all have the same commitment to bringing people together and helping each person grow in their relationship with God. Many of our groups discuss the weekend message, going deeper with intentional, thought-provoking questions. Other groups choose to study a specific topic, book of the Bible, or other study.