WHAT IS A LIFE GROUP?
WHY JOIN A LIFE GROUP?
We believe that being a part of a church consists of more than weekly attendance at corporate worship. The church consists of a covenant body that lives life together by caring for one another, bears one another’s burdens, and seeks to help each grow in conformity to Christ. One of the ways we will foster this kind of interaction is through smaller groups that meet weekly to carry out biblical community. It is also our desire that intentional mission will take place through our Community Groups.
What does “LIFE” Mean?
L: Learning the Scriptures
I: Intercessary Prayer
E: Evangelism & Missions
How do I join a LIFE Group?
Our LIFE Groups meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30a. We have LIFE Groups available for ALL AGES! You and your family are welcome to jump into a LIFE Group any Sunday morning.
Check out the LIFE Groups that we offer below.
Led by Carey & Loren Metts
They are currently going through the study, “Anxious for Nothing” by Max Lucado.
Led by David & Cindy South and Byron & Stacey Beam
They are currently going through the study, “More Than Enough”.
Led by Terry Smith
They are currently going through the study, “Bible Studies for Life”.
Led by Cathy Nash
They are currently going through the study, “Loving God and Others: The Heart of True Faith.”
LIFE Groups FAQ
How do I know where to go?
What about my kids?
What if my spouse and I are in different age groups?
The ages are more of “suggestions” our main goal is to facilitate biblical community and spiritual growth. The best way to accomplish this is to be in a small group with those who are in the same life stage as you. Basically.. where you are the most comfortable!
What will the LIFE Group time consist of?
The time in LIFE Group will consist of time to just hang out and build relationships, Biblical teaching by the LIFE Group leader, and group discussion facilitated by the leader. Don’t feel pressured to talk right off the bat – come, hang out, building relationships, and when you are ready – jump right in and actively participate in the discussion!
Still have questions?