Life is done better together.
God not only loves community, He exists as community: Father, Son and Spirit. God made it possible for you to experience life with Him and life with His people.
Life Groups are a great place to connect with others to grow in your relationship with God through studying scripture, investing in authentic relationships and caring for each other through prayer.
The primary filter we use is life stage: Young Adults (age 18-29), Adults (age 30-54) and 55+ (age 55 and older). In each life stage we have singles, married, single/married, men’s and women’s groups.
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Can I Start A Group?
Absolutely! We would love to help you start a group with a few of your friends. We will train and equip you to lead and help you get up and going. Once you are trained, it's as easy as G.R.O.W.
- Grab the materials
- Recruit a few friends
- Open up your calendar
- Walk with another
If you would like more information about starting a group of your own email email@example.com
Can I Join A Group?
Go for it! If you know someone in a group and want to join them, just ask them. This could be a friend, someone you sit with on the weekend or someone with whom you serve.
3rd Thursday (Young Adults), Women’s Community and First Friday (ages 55+) are also great environments to meet new people and get connected to a group. See below for more info.
Why should I join a group?
A life group isn't just one more thing to add to your already busy schedule. It's a place to learn and apply foundational truths that will impact every part of your life. A place to learn more about what part God has designed you to play in His kingdom.
Not only will you make friends, but you'll be able to ask the hard questions about Christianity and know you're accepted. It's a place to love and be loved and challenged by others at different points in their faith journey. You may want to visit a couple of groups before deciding on the group that's right for you.
What does a life group do?
Every group is a little different, but generally a group will meet at the leader's (or host's) home, spend some time catching up about their week, spend some time in prayer, delve into a Bible study or other book or DVD study that the group has chosen, and spend time talking about how these things apply in their lives and in their unique situations.
Many groups may also serve others -- either in their neighborhood or through an event or cause that they feel strongly about and want to support with their time and energy.
Is childcare available?
This depends on the group. As you talk to different group leaders, ask about childcare arrangements. Many groups that include parents will work together to come up with a childcare solution that fits everyone.