Find Your People

Who are your people? We know it's important to be connected, but it's hard to build lasting friendships. What if taking one simple step changed everything?

At The Meeting House, we’re trying to make it easier for you to find people who share your interests. We know that when you get together with people and have fun, you’ll begin to grow into a strong community that serves and grows together.

What if you are one step away from saying, “These are my people”?

Winter 2019 Circle Options


Rooted is a 10-week discipleship program and a catalyst for life-change. It provokes questions and conversations and group experiences designed to give you a glimpse of your story in God’s story. Meeting Wednesday evenings beginning January 30 at both our Carlisle and Dillsburg campuses.

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Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University was created nearly 25 years ago to teach people how to pay off debt, save and spend wisely, and build wealth. Today, millions have used these principles to transform their lives. Meeting Monday evenings beginning January 28 at both our Carlisle and Dillsburg Campuses.

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Lead a Circle

You know as much as anybody that it's important to be connected. That's one reason you're part of The Meeting House.

We know it's hard to connect with others and build lasting friendships. We know that even defining community is tough because being in community is more than showing up for Bible study. It's also sharing food, laughing till it hurts, and doing what you love to do with your favorite people.

What if you could help more people find and enjoy that kind of laughing, caring, and growing community?

You can. Here’s how:

Lead a Circle


Frequently Asked Questions

Is childcare provided?

Not all Circles offer childcare, but there are options available. Some Circle members share the responsibility of watching the kids, split the cost for a sitter, or make other arrangements. Let us know if you would like to join a Circle with a childcare option.

How often do Circles meet?

We launch new Circles in January, April, and September. Circles run for 9 weeks at a time and take a break for what we call a Margin Month. Circles meet on different days and times throughout the week. During the 9-week run, we encourage Circles to meet weekly to help build relational traction.

Where do Circles meet?

Circles meet in homes, restaurants, or coffee shops. Some Circles get super creative and meet to ride bikes or go for a hike. We can help you find a Circle near you with a group of people who share some common interests.

What will my Circle do?

In Circles we hear, talk, and live. Come to any of our services on the weekend and listen to the message or listen online. Gather with your group to talk more about what you learned and what questions you have. As you hear the message and talk with your group, you learn to live more faithfully as a follower of Jesus.



A Circle Story

Jeff and Michelle Bell lead a high-capacity, time-constrained family. Find out what happened when they chose to dive into a Circle group they weren't sure they had time for.