At LifePoint Church we believe in building strong relationships with God and others, that’s why it’s so important to be a part of a Lifegroup. The Bible has much to say about Christians interacting with “one another” like “loving one another,” “exhorting one another,” and even giving one another biblical counsel. We believe being a part of a Lifegroup is essential to fulfilling these “one another’s” in Scripture.
There’s sure to be a group that fits you!
LifeGroups are offered in the fall and spring and take a break during the Christmas season as well as summer. If you have questions or need help finding a group, drop us a note at email@example.com
What is a Lifegroup?
A Lifegroup consists of 8-12 people who meet together weekly in homes to pursue spiritual growth, and develop friendships. An average meeting last for an hour and half, and includes light refreshments
Why join a Lifegroup?
At LifePoint, we believe in building strong relationships with God and others, that's why it's so important to be a part of a Lifegroup. The Bible has much to say about Christians interacting with one another like loving and exhorting one another. In a Lifegroup we can intuitionally live out these one another's.
What happens at a Lifegroup?
Together we build friendships, discuss how to apply Biblical truths, and pray for one another. Each Group schedules one fun night and one service project during the eight weeks. The fun night is a casual event to just hang out and get to know one another better, and the service project is a tangible outlet for us to give LIFE to our community through acts of service.
How long do groups last?
Lifegroups last for only 8 weeks because we believe in creating margin for families to not only connect with other Christians, but be salt and light in our community.
What about childcare?
Every group handles childcare on their own. Some hire a babysitter, or mom/couples take turns each week watching kids. We believe kids can benefit greatly by participating in a Lifegroup, and welcome their presence. Contact your Lifegroup leader to find out how they will handle childcare.