What is a 519community?
519communities are groups of 20+ people who are united around a common identity and purpose. 519communities are not small groups, a Bible study or just another church program. They are like an extended family that lives out faith together by supporting one another, worshiping together and serving others. As a missional community, each 519community is united by a common purpose — whether it’s serving a particular neighborhood, a group of people or cause.
We serve our neighbors in the Raleigh area experiencing homelessness and build relationships through support and compassion.
Meets in Apex, schedule changes seasonally– currently meeting on Tuesday evenings and OUT on 1st and 3rd Saturdays, with occasional social gatherings.
Led by Andrew & Carolyn Gill and Theresa Watson & Ted Browne, no childcare available
We seek to bring our everyday neighbors (from where we live, work, and play) into a space to experience family and God’s love.
Meets in West Cary every 1st and 3rd Friday evening, plus one additional Friday or Saturday OUT
Led by David & Beth Austin, no childcare available
We focus missionally on loving children and their helpers (teachers and first responders).
Meets three Wednesdays a month at 6:30pm, plus one Sunday afternoon community dinner each month.
Led by Chip & Erin Woodard, all ages and children welcome
We have a passion for helping children at a local elementary school feel connected and cared for (providing empathy and kindness), providing needs as they arise.
Meets in Apex every 1st and 3rd Thursday at 6pm, plus one additional day each month OUT
Led by Steven & Caroline Cockman, all ages and children welcome