A section community is made up of people who connect weekly by sitting in the same section of the auditorium when they come to church. This mid-sized group helps to make our big church feel smaller!

Why sections?

One of the core values of our church is that we do life together -- because when we connect relationally, we are able to grow spiritually.

Here at Centerpoint Church, we have big weekend services and small groups throughout the week. Many people have found a home in a small group, but many haven’t. It’s challenging for many of our people to make the jump from a massive crowd in our auditorium to a small group of ten people or so in a stranger’s living room. We find that the balance between big church and small groups is in what we call Sections.

Sections are made up of people who connect weekly by sitting in the same area of the auditorium during our weekend Worship Experiences. These mid-sized groups help to make our big church feel smaller. A church of any size can feel intimidating to a newcomer and that becomes even more significant in the large format weekend services that we have at Centerpoint Church. By separating the auditorium into smaller sections, we are able to more easily create an atmosphere where people can connect and build relationships with others that sit near them each week.

Sections provide a way of doing life together and building community. There will be opportunities for social gatherings and outreach projects where you’ll get to hang out, serve, and do life with one another. We believe Sections help us to live out the belief that “we weren’t meant to live life alone.”

What's your section?

Chad & Jaci McAllister 
Chad and Jaci have been married for almost 14 years. They have three children, two boys and a girl, ages 9, 8 and 7.  Jaci works as a teacher's aide at Mount Logan Elementary. Chad co-owns Metropolis Design Studios, a web and graphic design company. They have been attending Centerpoint since 2009. They love people and they love Jesus. The McAllisters enjoy their ordinary life right here in Chillicothe. They look forward to connecting with people that visit their section!
Dave & Sylvia Coates 
David and Sylvia have been married since 2006. Between the two of them, they have three daughters, two sons, three granddaughters, and one grandson, each of which they truly adore. They are also the proud parents of four chihuahuas. David is a field engineer for Sigma Technologies and Fire Chief for Union Township, and Sylvia works for Adena Health Systems. They have called Centerpoint home since 2012. They love to spend time with each other, travel, connecting with others, and serving God.                                                                                 
Nate & Maggie Barker
Nate and Maggie have been married since 2013. They have two sweet boys, Colt and Remington. Maggie works as a Vet Tech at North Fork Animal Clinic and Nathan works at Barker Construction Services. They have attended Centerpoint since 2011 and instantly fell in love with the vision of the church and hope to connect with more people through this ministry.
Mark & Karri Witte
Mark and Karri have been married since January, 2007. They have an eight year old daughter, Isabella, and a fur baby, Oliver. They have been attending Centerpoint since February 2016. Mark has owned and operated his own sportswear apparel business for the last eleven years. He is an avid golfer and Ohio State Fanatic. Karri is a registered nurse in a cardiac catheterization lab and owns her own skin care business. They enjoy spending time traveling and seeing new places as a family. They were baptized as a family this year at Centerpoint. Calling Centerpoint "home" has been one of their biggest blessings.
Tim & Tori Morell 
Tim and Tori have been married since October 2016. They currently live in Dayton. They have 3 fur babies, two cats and a dog. Tim is in school to become a Mechanical Engineer and Tori is a licensed cosmetologist. Together they love outdoor activities and traveling. Tim is a video game fanatic. He enjoys playing music, DIY projects, and listening to Owl City. Tori loves anything crafty, baking, and spending time with friends and family. They have been attending Centerpoint since 2015 and have never felt more at home.
Jonas & Jessica Ferguson 
Jonas and Jessica have been married since 2011. They have 3 young children: Nathan, and twin girls, Sarah & Taylor. They have attended Centerpoint since 2015. Jonas is a carpenter and has been a member of the Ohio Carpenter’s Union since 2016. He loves to watch sports in his spare time. Jessica is an occupational therapy assistant and works for Occupational Therapy Works at the Pioneer School and Chillicothe City Schools. She loves to read and enjoys baking. The Fergusons love The Ohio State Buckeyes, outdoor activities, vacationing at the beach, and of course, spending quality time with their kids.

Sections FAQ

Do I need to sign-up?

No! All you have to do is show up and take a seat. Each section is lead by hand-picked, rockstar volunteers who love Jesus, Centerpoint, and people.

What’s the commitment?

Absolutely nothing. Just show up! Sit with the people you typically sit with on a Sunday morning and enjoy service.

What is a Sections community all about?

Sections provide a way of doing life together and building community. There will be opportunities for social gatherings and outreach projects where you’ll get to hang out, serve, and do life with one another.

Is this replacing small groups?

Our Sections communities are not replacing small groups. Sections are mid-sized groups that, within the context of our Weekend Experiences on Sunday, help make our big church feel smaller.
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