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Common Questions About Groups

LifeGroups looks like friends at lunch, teams playing basketball, or people studying a book or topic of interest. A LifeGroup is less about what you do and more about who you do it with. By being in a LifeGroup, you can expect to connect with others through a common activity, engage in community, and request prayer.

LifeGroups meet all year long: winter, spring, summer, and fall. Most groups meet once a week. LifeGroups are meant to bring meaning and community into your rhythm of life, so even if you can't attend every gathering, there's still great value in joining a LifeGroup.

LifeGroups happen everywhere, from coffee shops to homes. Check out our LifeGroups page, where you can learn more about where a LifeGroup meets and find a LifeGroup to visit.

No one LifeGroup is the same. Some LifeGroups meet for a whole series and follow along with the weekend messages. Other meet indefinitely. As relationships form, some LifeGroups choose to stay together for a longer period of time, but new members are always welcome. And new LifeGroups are always starting and you can always start your own if you can't find one that fits into your schedule.

This way, new people can join LifeGroups easily and regularly. We launch new LifeGroups twice a year: spring and fall. These LifeGroups are designed to follow along with the current message series and bring our church together as a whole.

Childcare is different for each LifeGroup. When you search for a LifeGroup, the group profile will let you know if childcare is available.

The truth is not everyone will find their best fit with the first Group they try. We encourage you to select a few LifeGroups that interest you, contact the leaders, and try them out before choosing the best one for you. The best way to find your LifeGroup community is to not give up. We believe there's a LifeGroup that is right for everyone, including you!