We’ve learned that people move best on the journey when they travel together in groups that regularly meet, seek God, and love one another. That’s why we offer LIFE 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. LIFE Groups provide safe environments that foster meaningful relationships and spiritual formation. And we believe that sustained life change takes place best in the context of intentional relationships.
In addition to worship on Sundays, you have the option of attending a LIFE Group at 9:00, or 10:30 a.m. Stop by one of our lobby to chat with one of our Group representatives about a group that would fit your needs. You can also use our LIFE Group finder tool online.
Throughout the Week
We also have multiple off-campus LIFE Groups that meet at a variety of times and places during the week. Choose a time and location that is convenient for you and your family. Check out these options in the LIFE Groups Brochure or via our online LIFE Group Finder.
Visit a LIFE Group
Here’s what you need to do now in order to plan your visit:
- Fill out the form.
- Check your e-mail for details from us on directions and next steps.
Focus Studies take a closer look at God’s Word as it relates to a specific book of the Bible or topic. These studies give us the chance to explore these topics/books with others over for a specific time frame anywhere from a few weeks to a semester.
A mentor relationship is simply when someone walks alongside you and helps you move closer to Christ. We’ve developed three ways for you to move toward Christ-likeness through mentor relationships.
How do I know I need a mentor?
I want to…
- Close the gap in understanding and applying Scripture.
- Develop an intentional plan for growing in Christ-likeness.
- Activate and fire up your prayer life.
- Discover God’s presence in your life.
- Develop a viable spiritual discipline or practice.
- Appreciate and accept accountability.
What can I expect?
Information, experience, and wisdom from a mentor who’s already been there and done that—generally from someone who’s older to someone who’s younger. It’s a dust-of-the-rabbi scenario: when the disciples followed Jesus so closely they’d be covered in His dust. I’m interested in becoming a Christian Mentor.
How do I know I need a coach?
I want to…
- Move out of the rut you’re in on your spiritual journey.
- Partner with an unbiased listener to sort out your life.
- Have someone who’ll ask the hard questions that make you think.
- Combine what you know and where you need to be.
- Walk with an accountability partner.
What can I expect?
Someone who listens. A new way of thinking. A plan of action. And the confidence to make it happen. It’s a process of discovery, connecting what you already know to what you may not know so that you can move forward on your journey. I’m interested in becoming a Christian Coach.