What is a Life Group?
A group of 6-15 people who are committed to gather together in an environment of grace and truth to become more like Jesus. A Life Group functions best when its focus is in three directions: upward (Bible study and prayer), inward (sharing and fellowship), and outward (service and evangelism).
Why should I join a Life Group?
Joining a Life Group is great way to meet new friends and build relationships, study and apply the Bible to daily life, ask questions and grow closer to God. We also believe Life Groups are a key element to accomplishing the mission of Grace - “to know Christ and make Him known.”
What does a typical Life Group look like?
A typical Life Group will be 1 ½ to 2 hours with the time split between Bible study, life application, fellowship and prayer.
Where will Life Groups meet?
Groups typically meet in homes. At Grace you will find a variety of groups for men, women, and couples that are located in several communities including Stewartville, Chatfield, Fountain, Preston, Spring Valley, Grand Meadow and Rochester.
How do I join a Life Group?
If you are interested in joining a Life Group, click on the link below.
What do Life Groups study?
Life Groups will vary in the materials they use. Some discuss the Sunday message. Others use a variety of book studies approved by Grace. But all the groups seek to help people grow in their faith and learn how to impact others.
What about children at Life Groups?
Individual groups decide how they will address childcare.