Small Groups

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OVCN Small Groups is one part of our strategic vision to EQUIP people to become passionate followers of Jesus Christ. 

When you join a small group, our hope is that you develop authentic spiritual relationships, deepen your faith and nurture each another.

As OVCN continues to grow, our small groups become close families inside our larger church community. We have over 100 small groups located around northwest Tucson, Oro Valley and Marana.  Our groups are diverse and include all ages of people in all phases of life.

Start Your Own group

One of the best ways to get into a small group is start your own! Find two or three friends/couples and start meeting.

Not sure what the process is?  Fill out the form, let us know when you will be meeting and who is in the group.  We will get you all set up as a small group at OVCN.

Additional Groups

Older adults can plug into the heartbeat of the Christian life and serve the Lord through a variety of activities. The 55+ ministry provides many opportunities for fellowship, service and spiritual growth.

Women of all different backgrounds come together for friendship and fellowship, and to be encouraged in their walk with the Lord. There are bible studies, moms group, and other monthly activities.

Where guys of all ages can come together, share life experiences, and be real with each other. They have a breakfast each month and participate in large outreach events, like a Golf Outing and Steak Night.

A place for college-aged students and young adults to grow in love for Christ and one another. Fellowship, friendship and spiritual growth is crucial amidst the craziness that is their life right now. They meet Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm in Bldg B for dinner and fun.

Single Moms

Being a single mom is hard and we get that! Come hang out with other women that understand where you are and get the friendship and support you need to be encouraged and empowered. They meet the 1st Sunday of the month at 5pm, Sept – May.

The Deaf group ministers to those who are D/deaf or hard of hearing and their families. ASL interpreting is provided at the 9:30am service (and online) and at most other events at OVCN. There is also a D/deaf small group and an online Facebook group.