Life Groups are currently meeting online.
Contact Chris Lynch (590-4628) or Carolyn Brashear (617-8789) for specific meeting times.
WHAT IS A LIFE GROUP?
Simply stated, it is a place in which an individual can think about and discuss how God is transforming your life and making you into a disciple in a small group setting. Life Groups are modeled after Wesley’s class meetings that were an integral part of the early Methodist Movement.
HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE IN A LIFE GROUP?
A typical life group has 8-16 regular participants. When a life group reaches 16 people, it “divides” and becomes two groups. This insures that the focus of a life group is spiritual growth rather than creating a “holy huddle.”
WHAT DOES A LIFE GROUP STUDY?
Nothing. As a group focused on transformation over information, a life group doesn’t use curriculum. In the early Methodist class meetings the question that guided the group was “How is it with your soul?” In our Life Groups, we use similar questions like: “How is your relationship with God?” or “How is your walk with God?”