Life Groups

Life Groups are where you find your people.

We believe that life – especially the spiritual life – is a team sport. Life Groups are small gatherings of friends who support and encourage one another. They explore and apply biblical principles and share their lives.

No matter where you are on your spiritual journey – just beginning to explore faith or have been following Jesus for years – joining a Life Group is the best thing you can do to grow in your relationship with Jesus.

Groups come in all shapes and sizes: married couples, singles, men, women, with kids, no kids, young adults, empty-nesters. No matter where you are in life, there’s a group for you!

 

Find a Life Group

 

Lead a Life Group

Do you want to see your closest friends grow in their faith as you do life together? If you are a member of our church and are willing to help us create an environment for people to grow, we’d love to help you start your own Life Group.

Yes! I want to lead a Life Group.

FAQs

What should I expect?

The goal of joining a Life Group is to grow in your relationship with Jesus around friends who can support and encourage you. We believe life is better when you share it. Most Life Groups meet weekly in someone’s home and spend time hanging out, studying scripture and praying for one another.

Is childcare provided?

Not all Life Groups offer childcare, but there are options available. Some groups split the cost for a sitter, and others ask members to share the responsibility. If you need a group with childcare, contact us.

How often do Life Groups meet?

Most groups meet once a week. Some groups, however, meet every other week or once a month. Life Groups meet on different days and times throughout the week.

Our Group Finder above has details on the day, time, and how often each Life Group meets.

Where do Life Groups meet?

Life Groups meet in homes, restaurants and coffee shops across our region. Use the Group Finder above to find a Life Group near you.

What will my Life Group study?

Life Groups study topics that interest their group. Some do sermon-based studies, others do book studies, some use RightNow Media and others study a book of the Bible. Many groups move from one kind of study to another over time.