Ohana (Family) Groups

The word Ohana means family – except it doesn’t necessarily mean the family you were born into, but family by some other way. And that describes the spiritual reality we want to embrace at Highrock. In John 19:26-27 Jesus enjoined his mother Mary and his disciple John as a new family. As followers of Christ we follow that example and believe that He has defined who our family is and gave us the command to love one another. One way we seek to live out that value out is through ‘Ohana Groups.’ Ohana Groups provide the space and opportunity for us to live into that deeper reality – that we are family, in the truest way possible.

Ohanas are where everyone is loved, safe, and known. We share responsibility and keep each other accountable.

Ohana groups meet all over the city and online at various times. Each Ohana is a unique group of people, possibly from different life stages, backgrounds, and careers. To get more information or sign up to join an Ohana group, email hello@highrockbrookline.org.

Fall 2022 Ohanas (currently open)