Life is not meant to be lived alone. When we turn to the commands and examples found in Scripture, we uncover a profoundly intimate and knowledgeable way in which the early church interacted with one another. At The Church at Litchfield Park, we recognize the significance of community and have designed Life Groups to be your gateway to fostering deeper relationships within our local body of believers.
Why Life Groups?
Life Groups offer a unique space for you to intentionally share your life's journey with others. These gatherings, composed of 6-12 individuals, are led by a group member who acts as a facilitator. This structure creates an atmosphere where you can truly be yourself, especially when discussing spiritual matters.
Who Can Join?
Life Groups are open to all - married couples, singles, men, women, young adults, and more. Regardless of where you are in your life's journey, there's a Life Group waiting for you. We believe that diversity strengthens our community, providing unique perspectives and opportunities for growth.
What Happens in Life Groups?
In Life Groups, you'll find a place to study God's word, pray for one another, practice spiritual rhythms, and engage in meaningful acts of service within the community. These groups support individuals at all stages of faith, nurturing spiritual growth within both themselves and the group as a whole.
Get Connected and Grow Together
If you're seeking a place to connect and fellowship with other believers, look no further than Life Groups at The Church at Litchfield Park. Our Life Groups are meticulously designed to help you develop deeper relationships with fellow members. In these groups, you'll find encouragement, challenge, and the opportunity to consistently apply the truths of God's Word to every facet of your life.
Come join us and experience the transformational power of community. Life Groups meet regularly in homes, coffee shops, parks, and various other settings - wherever it's most comfortable for you. Embrace the chance to grow spiritually and build lasting connections with your church family.