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Trish Waldron

Trish Waldron

Small Group Coordinator

Questions?

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What are LIFE groups?

By meeting in small groups — LIFE groups — we can share our walk of faith on a personal level.

 

LIFE groups range in size from 6-20 people who typically share common interests, life stages, missional service, and/or family connections (although that’s not always the case). It’s more than a social group; it’s personal. The people in your LIFE group are who you share life’s ups and downs with, spuring one another on in the faith.

 

Each of us has a need to be known by others, and each of us must truly know others if we are to love them with the love of Christ.

What are LIFE groups?

1. Recruit a few friends
Invite friends, neighbors, coworkers, and others to join you.

2. Open your home
No special skills required, just welcome others in. You can also choose to meet at a coffee shop, the church building, or other public space.

3. Facilitate the discussion
You don’t have to teach, just facilitate by using our free resources like Discovery Bible Study or the Discussion Guides to help you.

4. Receive help along the way
Having a monthly check-in call with a coach can go a long way in helping you reach your potential as a leader. Click the button below and let our coordinator know you are interested!

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Join a Group

No matter where you are in life, there's a group for you.

1

Find a group

Use our Group Finder to search by campus, meeting times, gender, and life stage.

2

Contact the leader

Once you’ve found a group you’d like to join, contact the leader to introduce yourself and tell them you are interested in joining.

3

Visit the group

Go to your first meeting and start building relationships!

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A “Netflix” of Bible study video resources for all life stages