We are growing together! At Living Faith we believe that real life and real growth in Jesus happens within relationships. Our Lifegroups meet once a week and provide a place for you to connect, grow, discuss the Sunday sermon, and the real issues and challenges of life. Regardless of your age or interest, we are sure there is a group out there for you. Lifegroups are also where we pray, care for one another and are missed if we don’t show up!
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What is a Lifegroup?

Lifegroups are Living Faith’s groups of 15-20 people who meet together once a week for 12 weeks to study the Bible, grow in their faith, do life together, and begin to build relationships.

Do I Need to Buy a Book or a Study Guide?

There may be times with certain groups that a book purchase is required, but with our evening lifegroups you will be provided with everything you need.

Do I Need To Listen To The Sunday Message In Order To Be Part Of A Lifegroup?

While our evening lifegroups follow the Sunday message, they will go beyond what was in the messsage. Listening to the message will help, but is not required. You can find all our sermons here.

What Happens When I Sign Up?

When you sign up, the leader of your new Lifegroup will contact you with the address of the Group’s meeting place, the date and time you’ll be starting on, and all the other information you’ll need to have a great experience.

When Will My Group Meet?

Lifegroups meet once a week, and each meeting is just sixty to ninety minutes long. Groups meet for ten to twelve times over the semester. It is a short-term commitment but the positive impact on your life will be long-term. 

What Will The People In My Group Be Like?

Lifegroups are made up of the same people that attend the Living Faith worship service. You’ll most likely see a few people that you have seen on ‘Sunday as well as some people that you are meeting for the first time. This is a great way to get to know people outside of the Sunday service. 

Can I Invite Others?

Invite as many friends, co-workers, neighbors, family, etc. that aren’t connected to another church. We designed lifegroups to help get people connected to our church and to help develop friendships with one another. The more people, the better.