Who are we?
Life Groups are small groups of church members (between 6 to 15 people) who meet on a regular basis to do “life” together. Guests are always welcome.
What is our mission?
To connect and support one another, so that our walk in life and our work in Christ is a little lighter.
What is our purpose?
You do not grow in Christ alone. You help people to grow and people help you to grow. Therefore, we encourage our members to connect relationally, so they will grow spiritually in a loving,and supportive environment.
Groups for you
- Marriage and Family
- Young Adult (19-28) Mixed
What happens to Bible Study?
Corporate Bible Study will only be held the 4th Wednesday of each month from 7-8pm.
- Each group has a maximum number of 12 members. Once that group has reach 12 members the group will be closed which means it will not be taking anymore members.
- Visitors are always welcome anytime to the group. It is up to the member to notify the host if they are bringing a visitor.
Are there curriculums?
- Marriage and Family, Men, Women, and Mixed groups will be using the same curriculum the first year. Curriculums are selected by the Life Group Director and approved by the Pastor. After the first year groups can pick from suggested curriculum list which will be located on the website.
- Young Adult and the Net groups have different curriculums selected by Life Group Director and approved by the Pastor.
What if my group is not the right fit for me?
If the group you chose does not work for you, you are welcome to choose another one. You cannot join multiple groups; however, you can visit multiple groups until you find the one that best fits you.
- KIC and Blaze will not be having separate meeting nights
- The Net will have group Wednesday nights form 7-8pm at the Empowerment Center
What about Group Childcare?
- Some groups provide childcare and some do not. This information can be found on each groups profile found under the “find group” tab located on the life group page
- Childcare for groups is designed for children who are not able to be unsupervised. All participants of childcare groups are responsible for taking turns taking care of the kids each week.
- There are several options the host can choose from when creating childcare. The group then selects the option that works best for their group.