The Oak Cliff Neighborhood Network is a growing network of inter-denominational community groups started by Cliff Temple. Most groups meet weekly in homes and are led through a discussion based on a scripture. The intention is to build community with people local to our neighborhoods and discuss ways that we can work together to address the needs of our communities and love on our neighbors.
Find your local network group below. Is there no group in your neighborhood yet? Feel free to reach out to the closest one.
L.O. Daniel is one of the newest additions to the Neighborhood Network. Our group is comprised of Christians from different churches, united in a common love for our community. We meet every other week to study scriptures and talk about ways to love the community better.
This is the original Neighborhood Network group formed out of a desire to take the church into the neighborhood. This group meets weekly on Sunday evenings and is comprised of a diverse group of believers who have a passion for engaging their community and growing in Christ together.
Bishop arts district
The "Bishop Arts" group really meets in what is named "Ruthmeade Place." They fellowship every week at a home in the area and are passionate about seeing God move in the neighborhood. Though most of the members are young, all ages are welcome to join!
The college group is a collection of students that attend different churches in the Oak Cliff area. They meet every other week at a host home in the Kiest Park area.
The Desoto group meets every other week on Sundays in DeSoto, a southern suburb of Dallas. While not technically “Oak Cliff,” they are a vibrant group of people connected to Oak Cliff churches while living and working in the DeSoto area.