LifeGroups are communities of hope where you can grow with other believers.

LifeGroups study the Bible together, build strong relationships, and offer support during the highs and lows of life. They provide opportunities to get questions answered and to see up-close how real people are living out their faith and overcoming struggles. Don’t journey through life alone. Browse through our list of groups to find the perfect group for you.


What is a LifeGroup?

LifeGroups are groups of 10-15 people who meet together on a regular basis to grow in their faith, have fun, and make some great new friends. The groups meet during the week all over town at a variety of locations. If you’re serious about moving forward in your spiritual growth, then it is absolutely vital that you connect with a group of people who will both accept you for who you are AND encourage you to grow to be who God wants you to be. Nobody is perfect, but spending time with people who are moving in the right direction will help to keep you moving toward God, too.

Questions About LifeGroups

  • What types of groups are there?

    We have three basic types of groups:

    Sermon-based – These groups are designed to encourage people to take a deeper look at the same issues and scriptures we discuss in the Sunday morning lesson and discuss how we can apply it to our lives.

    Topical study – These studies deal with relevant issues from a biblical perspective or study a specific book from the Bible.

    Activity-based – These groups spend part of the meeting time engaging in an activity or shared interest, then spend the rest of the time on a Bible study or spiritual growth activity.

  • When and where are groups held?

    Groups meet at a variety of locations including homes, restaurants, and the church campus. The meeting frequency of groups varies from weekly to bi-weekly to monthly. Check the group description to see the meeting schedule for each group.

  • What do we do during meetings?

    Our group meetings are as unique as our groups. Common elements at most group meetings include:

    • Fellowship Time with food and conversation to connect with others
    • Study/Discussion Time for spiritual growth
    • Prayer/Sharing Time for encouragement, support, and prayer
  • Can visitors come?

    Yes! Some groups are designed for specific demographics, while others are wide open to everyone. Check the group description to see who each one is designed for.

  • What happens when I sign up?

    After you sign up, the leader of your group will contact you to welcome you and confirm all the relevant details: address of the group’s meeting place, the date & time the group will be starting, and all the other information you’ll need to have a great experience.

Still have Questions?

We’d love to answer them for you!