How do life groups work?
Life is a team sport and weren’t made to go through it alone. The hunger we all feel to connect is because we were made in God’s image—made for love, joy and relationships.
God has a purpose for each person’s life, and the best way to discover yours is to put into practice Jesus’ teachings about life. Life Groups are small weekly gatherings outside of weekend services designed to help us discover our purpose by working together to apply those teachings to our lives, build relationships and serve the world in tangible ways that make a difference.
An ideal group has 10-12 people in it. It’s how we make a big church feel small and build lasting relationships.
Usually in someone’s home, the leader of the group sets the time and place.
Life Groups run in three 10-week sessions: January — March, April – June (off for the summer) and September-November.
Talk with a leader (look for the lanyards that say “I Lead A Group”) or sign-up at the table in the Community Space or click the button above.
Life is a team sport and weren’t made to go through it alone. (see Genesis 2:18). The hunger we all feel to connect is because we were made in God’s image—made for love, joy and relationships.
In a word: CLOSER.
- Closer to God through studying the Bible and prayer together.
- Closer to a few friends by sharing faith and life together.
- Closer to the needs of the world God loves by serving our partners together in the Region. Groups will decide together how and when they’ll serve.