Life groups are the cells of our church. They are the smallest elements of growth and change. They are made up of about 2-12 individuals who come together regularly, usually once a week, to grow in relationship with God and each other.
What kind of groups are there?
Each group is quite different, as different as those who are part of C3. Some groups are study groups, working through a book, a topic, or a portion of the Bible. Others are ministry groups, serving together in our community as, a worship team, a youth minsitry team, a children’s ministry team and the like. Still others are common groups, people who come together because of a particular hobby or interest. Such groups include; a runners groups, a muscle car group or a cooking group. Finally, we have care groups. These groups are created to minister to people’s needs. People seeking to recover from an adiction, divorce, death of loved one or other struggles find these groups to be an incredible blessing. Despite the diversity, all of our groups have a similar genetic make up. Each group has components of prayer, sharing, and learning.
Why should I join a Life Group?
We believe that you won’t truly feel at home in C3 or experience the growth God has promised until you connect in one of our Life Groups. Don’t miss this opportunity to develop authentic, loving, and challenging relationships. You won’t ever be the same again!
How do I get more information?
We have numerous Life Groups. They meet at different times and places (usually people’s homes). To find more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office 248.956.0895.