Life Group FAQ
What is a Life Group?
Covenant Fellowship Life Groups are small group gatherings that meet regularly throughout the Tri-Cities area that give people a chance to connect, grow, and serve God together. Whether you are looking for a place to meet new friends, connect to a mentor, grow spiritually, or serve your community, there’s a group for you.
Why should I get involved with a Life Group?
We believe real life change occurs when we “experience life together” with others. In a life group, you can expect to experience friendship, discipleship, accountability, support and community. Life can be tough and we weren’t meant to shoulder it alone.
What can I expect at Life Group gatherings?
Groups may be structured by gender, stage of life, age, common interest, activity or topic. Groups are based on the biblical model found in Acts 2:42-47 that records amazing growth of the first church in Jerusalem. Therefore, most meetings include the following:
- Teaching (bible studies, DVDs, books, devotions, etc.)
- Breaking of Bread (meals/snacks are enjoyed by most groups)
How long are Life Groups?
Life Groups are done in semesters with each lasting about 12 weeks. There are some exceptions to this, depending on the type of group. Group leaders can provide more detailed information on the length of particular groups.
Don’t see where you might fit?
Life Groups can be based around location, schedule availability, topics of discussion, common interests (biking, cars, music, sports, etc), or even life topics (singles, parenting, small children, retirement, etc). So if you have an idea for a new Life Group then please contact Pastor Debbie Fields at email@example.com.
Interested in leading a Life Group?
If you are interested in leading and/or hosting a Covenant Fellowship Life Group, we want to hear from you. Contact Pastor Debbie Fields at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.