What is a Life Group?
Part of our mission here at Journey Church is to live out our walk together and a Life Group is a great place to do just that.
A Life Group is a group of people who experience life and walk in a biblical community together. Life Groups are committed to Bible Study, serving, getting to know each other, caring for each other, and enjoying each other’s company. Life Groups normally consist of 8-12 people who are a mix of new believers and mature Christians.
Who should be in a Life Group?
Everyone. Whether young, mature in years, believer, non-believer, introvert, extrovert, single, married, widowed, divorced, empty nester, young family— everyone can benefit from and be a vibrant part of a Life Group. Although the Bible’s authors didn’t use the literal phrase “Life Group,” the book of Acts and the Epistles of Paul often make reference to the early believers meeting in small groups for study and fellowship (Acts 2:42, 44, 46-47; Romans 16:5; 1 Corinthians 16:19).
When do Life Groups Meet?
All throughout week throughout the area, there is at least one Life Group meeting. Most groups meet between an hour or two per week.
Hodges’ Life Group- Every other Sunday, 3:45pm
Leader- Jimmy Hodges
Bolen’s Life Group- Sunday's, 6pm
Leader- Ed Bolen
Women's Life Group- Wednesday's 6:45pm
Leader- Cynthia Harrison
Men’s Life Group- Tuesday's 7pm
Leader- Jeff Mault
Hamilton’s Life Group- Sunday's 5:30pm
Leader- Thomas Hamilton