As you talk to people today, it seems that we all have some common life goals…
• We want to know that our life has purpose, meaning and true significance.
• We want to belong to something that is bigger than ourselves.
• We want to discover and live life at its best.
• We want to know that we are making a difference in the lives of those around us.
At Lifepoint Church, we believe that these God-given desires are best realized in the context of meaningful, authentic friendships and we feel that our Lifegroup environments are places where you can connect with God and others and discover these things as you walk through life together.
What is a Lifegroup?
Lifegroups are groups of 12-14 people that meet together (usually in a home) one time a week for Bible study, prayer, and friendship. Lifegroups exist to help people get connected and take the next step in their spiritual journey.
How can I connect with a group?
Click on the FIND MY GROUP link. This is a link to all of the groups that are available for this term. Find a group that looks interesting to you and contact the leader directly using the contact information provided. From there someone will contact you about connecting with a group.
What about my children?
At Lifepoint, we place a high value on family and we encourage you to bring your children to Lifegroup with you. During the adult Bible discussion time, we have a special time for the children called Wildlife where they have age appropriate Bible study, games, and fun. Your kids will love it.
When you connect in Lifepoint community, you will find support, encouragement and friendship as you live life the way God intended. At Lifepoint Church, no one walks alone.
If you have questions about Lifegroups at our Lewis Center campus please contact Nathan Shireman or at our Mount Vernon campus contact Bryan Wolf, at our Delaware campus contact Brian Broyles or at our Westerville campus contact Ed Traverse.