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Life Groups

Spring 2022 Life Groups

Join us as we build a committed worshipping community!
4 year olds through 2nd grade, Room 125
3rd through 5th grades, Room 132
6th - 12th grades, Youth Center
(Children ages 3 and under will be in the nursery)

Taking the Fear Out of Sharing Your Faith

Led by: Mark Sohmer, starting June 5th
Details to follow

Women’s Study: Out of the Darkness into the Light

Led by: Leanne Dalpe
Meeting in the library
Duration: TBD
Materials Needed: Bible; notebook
Intended audience: Women of all ages
It is easy to be swept up in the busyness of life and find ourselves attempting to fit God into our chaotic schedules. The results are the same, striving in our own strength; struggling for answers we do not have; feeling overwhelmed and lost while we attempt to navigate in the dark. Psalm 119:105 tells us, “Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” We will learn to seek after, love, trust, and serve the Lord in every area of our lives and we delve into this study.

Mom’s Connect Study: Breathing Room

Led by:  Laura Casoni
Meeting in the Music Lab
Duration: Ongoing
Materials Needed: Bible
Intended audience: Moms
It is important, especially in the aftermath of the quarantine, for us moms to get together once again. This class will use Right Now Media video clips and a few questions from the book by Stanley & Arioto, Breathing Room to facilitate discussion for real life issues as moms.  We intend to have a new topic every 4 to 6 weeks, with time to connect with one another and get the “breathing room” we need to be refreshed and keep each other strong in the Lord.

Men’s Study: Twelve Ordinary Men - How the Master Shaped His Disciples For Greatness

Led by:  Clayton Leblanc
Meeting upstairs in room # 214
Duration: 15 Weeks
Materials Needed: book: Twelve Ordinary Men, Bible
Intended audience: Men of all ages
Twelve Ordinary Men is a book by John MacArthur that studies the original disciples under the instruction of Christ. We will work to become better disciples ourselves, examine Christ's call upon the original disciples, and His call upon us. We will also consider the response of the twelve to the call of the Master, evaluate our own response to His call, and study Jesus' careful, hands-on training of the original disciples to grow in our own walk with Him.

The Book of Job: How to Continue Trusting God When You Don't Understand

Led by:  Shane Silva
Meeting upstairs in the Fellowship Hall
Duration: 24 weeks
Materials Needed: Bible
Intended audience: Everyone
There are many things going on in our families, jobs, schools, and society at large that we don’t understand. This ancient book teaches us how to trust God regardless of how bad things may be or appear to be.

The Gospel of luke

Led by: Mike Boots
Meeting in room 211
Duration: 26 weeks
Materials Needed: Bible
Intended audience: Anyone
Luke is the longest book in the New Testament, and covers many stories, parables and occurrences in the life of Jesus that only appear in this wonderful book! We will study the Gospel of Luke verse-by-verse, covering the whole book in about 26 weeks, with emphasis on discussion and application.