We do life together.
Sign up for a group below. The deadline to sign up is Sunday, February 7th.
Also, if you have interest in being in the following:
Divorce Care Class
Men or Women’s Discipleship Groups
please contact Groups Director Michael Murray.
Couples w/ older or grown children
Jim and Jennifer Locum
Fridays 6:30pm (Walter Hill Area) | No Childcare
Why join a life group?
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What happens at a Life Group Meeting?
A small group of people gather together for the purposes of growing community, discussion of God's word, & prayer. A Life Group leader will facilitate the meeting and make sure group members are connected. Some groups have meals together before discussion.
Where do Life Groups meet?
Life Groups meet at ROCC, online & in host homes throughout Rutherford County.
How often do groups meet?
We have Fall and Spring Semesters that typically run September-December and February-May. Most LifeGroups meet on a weekly basis. There are a few that meet every other week. The time will also vary with each group.
What does it cost to join a Life Group?
Joining a LifeGroup is FREE. Some "Special Interest" groups may incur a curriculum fee, such as Financial Peace University.
Is childcare available?
Childcare varies from group to group. The group profile will indicate if childcare is available. There may be a fee for childcare, if provided.
What if I'm having a difficult time finding a group to join?
We understand that not everyone will find the best fit the first time they try a group, but we encourage you not to give up. Contact our Life Groups Director, Michael Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org), to discuss your needs.
What is GroupLink?
Group Link is the kickoff event held at the beginning of the Fall & Spring semesters. This will take place in-person during both Sunday morning services (9 & 10:30 am). During Group Link, you will meet your Life Group leaders & discuss the upcoming semester.
What topics are discussed?
Most groups utilize the current message series discussion questions. Some groups may choose a specific study plan to follow.