Getting Connected At Perimeter

Wow, this is a big place, but don't let the size fool you. We have many simple and easy ways to get connected and start developing new friendships. Perimeter is a church that is built on personal relationships that span over many generations. We hope you will come and be a part of our family. There are a variety of groups available to you - click below to see more information about these groups.

  • Connect Groups

    Connect Groups meet once or twice per month. They are fun, relationship focused groups that gather off-campus, according to geographic proximity and life stage. Connect Groups are for Perimeter newcomers and long-timers, as well as friends and neighbors, to gain a greater experience of connectedness and a sense of belonging. Gatherings usually involve food, a fun topic of conversation that helps people get to know one another, or an activity. 

  • Good Neighbor Initiative

    Perimeter members connecting with newcomers in a simple and meaningful way, so that every person who walks in the doors of Perimeter Church feels like it is a place where they BELONG and are KNOWN.

  • Sunday Morning Community Groups

    Sunday Morning Community Groups meet weekly at the church facilities for the purpose of assimilating new people into the church family, establishing social relationships with others, and experiencing biblical equipping. The groups vary in programming, content and composition (often by age and stage of life). 

  • Interest Groups

    Interest Groups: Have you ever wanted to learn how to play Badminton? Or have you always wanted to test out your dance card in a ballroom dancing class?  Perimeter Church has leagues and classes that meet throughout the week. If you'd like more information about these Interest Groups, or if you would like to start a new group around a different interest, click below for more information.

  • Parishes

    What is a Parish?
    A parish is geographical area where members live overseen by parish pastor(s).  Each pastor oversees a group of elders that are charged with shepherding specific households in their parish. 

A great way to be connected at Perimeter is through becoming a member. Click below to find out about Taste of Perimeter where you can learn about our history and membership process:


  • Taste of Perimeter

    One of the best ways to meet new people is over food, and our Taste of Perimeter dinner is a great first step to getting connected. Roughly once a month, our lead teacher Randy and his wife Carol host a dinner here at the church for anyone that wants to come and hear the story of how Perimeter got started - and believe me, this is a story you won't want to miss! 


    To register, sign up on the Keeping In Touch panel found in the worship bulletin, or register online: