WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER

Life Groups are a place for you to connect with our community and friends in meaningful ways. They are interest-based groups and any night of the week you can find groups meeting in homes, restaurants and local coffee shops. We were designed to live in a community and we are better off for it. 


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why life groups?

WHY LIFE GROUPS EXIST

 

LIFE GROUPS have one, simple purpose—to bring people together. We believe God created us to live in community with others and only then can we experience the full life He intends for us. 

We believe life change happens in the context of relationships.
Meaningful relationships can be hard to find, and LIFE GROUPS exist to make life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you. 


WHAT A life GROUP LOOKS LIKE

 

At TLC, we use a free market approach to LIFE GROUPS. This means we want people to gather together based on the things they enjoy and are important to them. Essentially, the things you are already doing in your life are the things that can make up your LIFE GROUPS! 

Free market leaders form their group around their gifts or interests

From sports groups to lunch groups, mom groups, Bible study groups to creative arts groups, our groups are as varied as we are.

Want to start a LIFE Group but need help thinking of one? Click the button to learn more.


GROUP STRUCTURE

 

Groups meet throughout the year in three semesters. 

Winter/Spring - 8 Weeks

Summer - 6 Weeks

Fall - 8 Weeks

How often do LIFE GROUPS meet?

  • Weekly, Bi-Weekly, or Monthly

    • Some people need more time to get their feet wet and build up interest.

    • Groups meet in a variety of places like homes, parks, restaurants, coffee shops and office buildings. 

New groups start every semester making it easy to build community and enjoy different types of groups.

1. Casual Fellowship | Laid back time for group members to talk and get to know each other. 

2. Activity or Discussion | This will vary based on what kind of group you’re leading. It could be an activity like Frisbee or outreach or a discussion about a book or Sunday message. 

3. Prayer | Ask for prayer requests from group members and pray at the beginning and/or the end of each group meeting.