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Life Groups

Life Groups - Winter/Spring 2023

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)

Women’s Study: Answering the Call

Led by: Leanne Dalpe
Meeting in the library
Starts: September 11th
Duration: TBD
Materials Needed: Bible; notebook
Intended audience: Women of all ages
God created us for relationships.  First and foremost, with Himself, secondly with others.  As Christians, we are called within the body of Christ to engage, encourage, and equip each other through Biblically principled relationships.  By sharing our life experiences and the power of God within, we can impact, influence, and infuse the lives of those around us.  Join us as we journey through Scripture and witness the transforming power of Answering the Call.

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.

Mark: In the Company of Christ

Led by: Shane Silva
Meeting in the Music Lab
Starts: March 5th
Duration: 6 weeks
Materials Needed: Bible and Study Guide (provided)
Intended audience: Everyone
In this class we'll study how Mark took the early Christians back to the basics to get them ready to spread the gospel.  We need the same today in our body.  From our study, utilizing a video, study guide, and the Scriptures, we will find out the answers to questions like, "Who is Jesus and what does He expect of me?"  Also, "Is suffering a normal of the Christian experience?" and "How do I strengthen my trust in Jesus?"

1 Corinthians

Led by: Mike Boots
Meeting in room 211
Starts: January 29th
Duration: 21+ weeks
Materials Needed: Bible (study outlines will be provided)
Intended audience: Anyone
The book of 1 Corinthians contains a frank discussion of the issues that impacted the first century church, many of which can be applied to the church today.  Rather than turn a blind eye toward relational division and all kinds of immorality, Paul addressed the problems head on.  He expected that Christians would shine their light into the dark places of their world by worshiping in a unified community that was accountable to one another, holding tightly to the hope of a bodily resurrection to come through Christ Jesus.