That’s why we offer Groups, Focus Studies, and Mentor Relationships for men, women, couples, singles, and students.
It’s not good for us to walk alone. We need each other. Groups provide safe environments that foster meaningful relationships and spiritual formation. And we believe that sustained life change takes place best int he context of intentional relationships.
In addition to worship on Sundays, you have the option of attending a LIFE Group at 9:30 or 11:00 a.m. Grab a Groups brochure from the atrium or ask one of our ministers about finding a group that fits your needs. You can also use our Group finder tool online.
We also have multiple off-campus LIFE Groups that meet at a variety of times and places during the week. Choose from a variety of times and locations. Check out these options in the LIFE Groups Brochure or via our Group finder tool online.
The name “Group” literally communicates that we journey through life in community with one another where we live, work, and play. But the name also has a much deeper meaning: it symbolizes our desire to foster a true, biblical community. We believe every person needs significant relationships to be healthy. That’s why we want to be a church of small groups, not just a church with small groups.
Everyone. We believe every person needs significant relationships to be healthy. That’s why we want to be a church of small groups, not just a church with small groups.
“I have never known anyone . . . who was isolated, lonely, unconnected, had no deep relationships – yet had a meaningful and joy-filled life.”
The goal of the Senior Adult Ministry is to glorify God through opportunities for senior adults to grow spiritually, provide fellowship with one another, and reach the lost in our community.