We are a church that believes strongly in personal relationships. To help develop these relationships, we meet in small gatherings called Life Groups three times a month.
It is in this setting that helps us develop relationships with the people with whom we attend church. Children become closer to each other, single people become part of a family, and we all get to know each other better than we could on a Sunday morning.
When the early church met together, a great emphasis was placed on meeting in small groups. The Book of Acts tells us that believers met together in their homes, sharing what they had so that no one would go without.
Each Life Group is led by people who are shepherds in the church. They provide pastoral care for those members’ spiritual life, practical needs, counsel them when needed, pray with them and help as they grow in the Lord.
It is a place where Christians can gather together to care for one another through encouragement and practical expressions of love and kindness.
It is a place where Christians can grow together to become fervent followers of Jesus Christ through the process of discipleship.