A vital part of discipleship comes from having relationships with other believers who can care for each other and grow together. Because of this, we include LIFE Groups as an important part of our strategy. As often as you worship corporately in a larger group of believers, you should grow deeper with a smaller group of believers (we think once a week is healthy!). If you've been around church, LIFE Groups are similar to Sunday School, but they do differ in a few ways. At Liberty, we have on-campus LIFE Groups at 8:00am, 9:15am, and 11:00am on Sunday mornings. We also have LIFE Groups which meet off-campus at various times.
On Sunday, a greeter at our Welcome Center can direct you to a LIFE Group. To see the current list of groups, click here.
Life Groups are typically organized by age and life stage. It is through our LIFE Group ministry that relationships are made, we live life together, and we build up one another as a community of faith. Through LIFE Groups, we strive to accomplish our mission, gladly spending our lives to see the Gospel transform the next generation.
For any questions or additional information, contact Matt Adams.
If you lead an off-campus LIFE Group and could use help with childcare, know that we desire to help! Providing child care can be a challenge, but there are benefits to children being at a group meeting with their parents. Some groups use paid caregivers while others may rotate group members. Here are some suggestions on what to do with children during small group meetings. Also, if needed, here's a link to the childcare reimbursement agreement and request.