Life Groups

Community. Growth. Friendships.

 
“Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble.”
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 (NLT)

 

Don’t do life alone.

What: A Life Group is made up of people who share similar interests, are in the same stage of life, or want to learn from each other. People gather for all sorts of reasons whether it is playing a sport, spending time at the park, having lunch during the work day, or studying the Bible together. The point is not so much what you meet about, but that you are regularly meeting with people and living in community as God designed you to do.
Who: Adults
When: Groups meet throughout the year in three semesters. Winter/Spring, Summer, and Fall. New groups start each semester making it easy for you to get involved at any time.
Where: Groups meet in a variety of places like homes, parks, restaurants, coffee shops and office buildings.
Why: 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. Meaningful relationships can be hard to find, and that’s why small groups exist – to make life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.

It is through life together that our problems become smaller and God uses others to bring support and encouragement to our lives. Even when you might not realize you need it, your small group will quickly become a place where others don’t just know your name, but care about what is happening in your life and want to support you in your spiritual journey.

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Don’t do life alone.

What: A Life Group is made up of people who share similar interests, are in the same stage of life, or want to learn from each other. People gather for all sorts of reasons whether it is playing a sport, spending time at the park, having lunch during the work day, or studying the Bible together. The point is not so much what you meet about, but that you are regularly meeting with people and living in community as God designed you to do.
Who: Adults
When: Groups meet throughout the year in three semesters. Winter/Spring, Summer, and Fall. New groups start each semester making it easy for you to get involved at any time.
Where: Groups meet in a variety of places like homes, parks, restaurants, coffee shops and office buildings.
Why: 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. Meaningful relationships can be hard to find, and that’s why small groups exist – to make life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.

It is through life together that our problems become smaller and God uses others to bring support and encouragement to our lives. Even when you might not realize you need it, your small group will quickly become a place where others don’t just know your name, but care about what is happening in your life and want to support you in your spiritual journey.

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How do you see yourself? Many of the Israelites couldn't enter into the Promised Land, because they saw themselves as grasshoppers. The Bible says they "limited the Holy One of Israel" (Psalm 78:41). If you are truly going to experience God’s will for your life, you need to see yourself the way He sees you. In this group, we will discuss the book "Don't Limit God" by Andrew Wommack. You will be inspired and challenged to see yourself the way God sees you and stop thinking small and take the limits off of God!

Leader: Crystal Outlaw
Location: Church
Meets On: Wednesday at 7:00
Gender: Co-Ed

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This group will discuss in more detail Pastor Brian's sermons. What did we learn? What do we still have questions about? How can we apply this to our lives? We look forward to getting to know others at a deeper level as we fellowship together.

Leaders:Peter and Sandy Hurley
Location:High Point (group meets in private residence - sign up for details)
Meets On: 1st and 3rd Thursday’s at 7:00
Gender: Co-Ed
 

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This group will discuss a teaching by Joseph Prince that explores the elements of Holy Communion and power of Anointing Oil in healing and living in divine health. The group will look at the encounter between Abraham and Melchizedek, the Old Testament foreshadow of the Passover, the meaning/symbolism behind the elements of bread and wine, the role of anointing oil in praying for the sick and much more to establish that it is God’s will that we be healed and whole and walking in divine health.

Leaders:Paige Russell
Location:Various host homes (sign up for more details)
This Group Is Currently Full
 

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This group will explore powerful truths contained in the book of Ephesians about our Identity in Christ! Sign up and experience food, fun, fellowship, and truth that will help you grow in your relationship with God!

Leaders: Coy Scarboro
Location: High Point (group meets in a private residence - sign up for details)
Meets On: To Be Determined  
Gender: Co-Ed

 

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This group will identify volunteer ministry opportunities and participate in those opportunities approx. 1-2 times per month. These might be in association with established organizations, or ministry/mission ideas that we may want to do as a group on our own. Examples include:  

  • Ministering and providing spiritual encouragement to residents in nursing homes
  •  Thank you projects for first responders
  •  Volunteering with ministries that provide meals to the homeless.
  • Volunteering with local charities such as Pregnancy Care Center and Family Services
Leaders: Bob and Jean Blasingame
Location: Greensboro
Meets On: 1-2 times per month. Meeting times and events to be determined.  
Gender: Co-Ed

 

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The Book of Acts recounts the first 30 years of the church with principles that should govern the church in any age. Why would Luke, a doctor, the only Gentile author of the Bible, write the Gospel of Luke and The Acts of the Apostles, reporting on the events of Jesus' ministry? Was he simply writing an historical account, a tale of two cities and how the church was brought from Jerusalem to Rome, or was there another purpose for Luke writing his two letters? Join us as we explore the Book of Acts together!

 
Leaders: Ralph and Carolyn Thomas
Location: Church
Meets On:  Sundays at 9:00am-10:00am
Gender: Co-Ed

 

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