Wednesday June 19th Practical Discipleship service will be online only due to VBS June 17-21 at the Aberdeen location. To watch, click here:


Community is how we grow ourselves and grow the church. RockFish Groups are the best way to make that happen. Whether you want to be challenged and encouraged, go deeper into the Bible, serve the community, or just get to know others on a deeper level, there’s a group for you.

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“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.”

Hebrews 13:16

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a member to join or start a group?

Anyone can join a group. You do not have to be an active member of RockFish Church or be at a specific RockFish Church location.

In order to start a group, you would need to be an active member of RockFish Church and have completed the volunteer process.

Can you help me find a group?

Absolutely! Click the Join A Group link to see the current directory of groups available. If you didn’t find a group that you may want to join or need help finding a group you can email us at

How do cycles/quarters work?

RockFish Groups work on quarterly cycles throughout the year. Every quarter you have an opportunity to join or host a RockFish Group. The suggested session run for 6-8 weeks.

Before the cycle/quarter starts, there will be open registration for those who want to host a group and then for people who want to join a group.

Can I join a group mid-cycle?

While it is possible to join a group after the quarter/cycle starts, you will have the best opportunity to connect with others, grow spiritually, and engage in the community by signing up for a group during the open groups registration. If you do still want to join a group after the cycle/quarter starts, visit the Find a Group page and complete the interest form.

What happens after the current cycle ends?

At the end of each cycle or quarter, most groups will stop meeting. A few weeks before the start of the next cycle/quarter you will start to see information about when the next cycle/quarter starts. 

Where do groups meet?

Groups meet both online and in-person. Most groups meet in the group host’s home. However, many groups meeting in public places such as parks, coffee shops, restaurants, online, or at one of the RockFish church locations.

What kind of curriculum do groups use?

All RockFish Groups will have access to the church’s subscription for RightNow Media. RightNow Media has an ever-growing library of video-based bible studies and curriculum. Some groups may choose to go through a specific book or curriculum outside of RightNow Media.

Do I have to buy anything to be in a group? ?

Most groups don’t require anything but your availability and commitment to engage with the group. Some groups may have a book or curriculum they may want to work through, or have paid resources as part of a project of special interest which you may be asked to purchase if you choose to connect with that group.