What is the purpose of Life Groups?
The best and safest place to grow-up in Christ is among friends, leaders, and family. Life Groups are designed to be small interactive groups of friends, made up of both young and mature believers. These small home fellowships provide an opportunity for individuals to grow in their personal knowledge of the Lord and His kingdom while developing quality Christian friendships.
What does a Life Group meeting look like?
We have found that Jesus has different agendas for the many different seasons of our lives. We also find that each home fellowship often takes on a different expression depending on its individual leaders as well as the fellowship itself. While the activities at each life group may differ between meetings, there are some common elements that occur throughout the year:
- We have fellowships, cookouts, and fun to deepen our friendships with one another and meet our friends and neighbors
- We have thought provoking discussions around the Word of God (The Bible) and grow in understanding
- We worship the Lord Jesus with songs and prayers of adoration
- We pray for individuals who have specific needs to support those among us
Who usually attends a Life Group?
Life Groups are made up of a variety of individuals from diverse backgrounds, age groups, and status of life. Typically, life groups are made up of a blend of families, singles, members, visitors and friends.
Life Groups usually consists of individuals who have only recently heard of us, know someone among us, or members and individuals who simply have a longing to grow in their knowledge of the Bible and develop Christian friendships.
Childcare is provided for infants through sixth grade. The youth in grades 7-12 participate in the life group.
Where do Life Groups meet?
Life Groups meet in the homes of individual families located throughout the Raleigh area on the 1st, and 3rd Wednesday’s of the month from 7-8:30 pm. There are usually 10-20 individuals who attend a Life Group regularly with frequent visits by guests and friends.
You are welcome to attend a life group hosted in your area.