Life Groups

Every journey needs a circle of friends

What is a Life Group?

A Life Group is a group of 4-12 people who meet once a week during the school year. Life Groups do not meet during the Christmas Holiday or the summer months.

Official registrations for Life Groups happen in the Fall; but if you want to join mid season, please click on the link below and someone will contact you. Most Life group members will continue with the same group through the Fall, Winter and Spring.

Groups meet for 90 minutes to talk about life, faith, and to give each other encouragement. We believe that circles are better than rows and that everyone needs someone in their circle.

We have Co-ed Groups, Women's Groups, and Men's Groups

How Do I get into a Life Group?

How do I learn to lead a Life Group?

Life Groups are the primary way we help people get connected. We want to help you lead your own Life Group. Check out the following information and we would to follow up with you!

What is the vision and values of Life Groups?

You show that you are a letter from Christ, the result of our ministry, written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts. 2 Corinthians 3:3

Vision of Life Groups

  • We believe that circles are better than rows.
  • We believe that everyone needs a circle of friends to walk through life.
  • We dream of a day where everyone in the 603 is connected to deep and meaningful relationships.

Values of Life Groups

Life Transformation - Our spiritual journey is about steps and not leaps. We desire for all of our groups to encourage each other towards continually taking next steps in their faith and with each other.

Honesty and Transparency increases over time - Groups show up to share their story and encourage others to share their stories.

Growing groups through multiplication versus addition - We desire for group leaders to raise up and encourage other people in their group to one day lead their own group.

Serving together at RCC and in our community. - The greatest gift you need is the one you don't have. We are better together when we serve together.