LIFE IS BETTER TOGETHER.
ABOUT LIFE GROUPS
Life Groups are a main piece to New Life Church – we believe life is better together. The fact is it’s easier to build community within a small group setting than it is at church on the weekends. So, how can you get connected? GROUPS! If you’re only joining us on Sundays, you’re just skimming the surface of what New Life is all about. Groups are a great way to meet new friends, grow in your relationship with God, have fun and make a difference.
Life Group FAQs
What is a Life Group? Life Groups are small groups of people who meet weekly around a common interest, study, or activity. They are made up of people like you who want to grow in their relationship with Jesus and connect with others. Groups have 6-12 people and meet weekly for 6 to 8 weeks. It’s a short-term commitment, so give it a try! Each season, most of the groups are new.
When do Groups begin? Life Groups begin in January/February, again in April/May, and in September/October. A few Groups meet during each summer beginning in the end of July.
How do I know which Growth Group is for me? There are always lots of options when it comes to finding a group that fits you. When you look through the listing you’ll see groups generally fall into the following types:
Groups for Everyone | Couples’ Groups | Women’s Groups | Men’s Groups | Groups for Specific Ages or Stages
Within each of these categories, you’ll find groups by day, time, location or other parameters that will help you connect. Some groups offer childcare.
How do I join a Group? New Life Church offers Life Groups four times a year, so if you miss one session, it’s only a few months until the next session starts.
When registration is open, you can sign up here or fill out a Connect Card on Sunday. Also keep your eyes on the Program on Sunday mornings, we will have an insert with all open groups. Once you’ve signed up, our Life Groups team and your leader will contact you.
Host A GROUP
Hosting a group is pretty simple, a great way to serve and meet new people. You don’t need to be a bible scholar, don’t worry, we’ll walk you through the process 🙂