Life Groups are centered around one main idea: doing life together.
We believe that God created us to live in relationship with others and only then can we live for something more. There are three categories of Life Groups:
- Connect: Focused on connecting you with others in our community.
- Community: Focused on the Acts 2 model of biblical community and center around biblical teaching, fellowship, sharing a meal, communion, and prayer.
- Care: Focused on addressing specific, felt needs within our community.
Lead a Life Group
Here at Christwalk, servanthood is our posture. One of the many ways you can serve is to lead a Life Group. Leading a Life Group is not about being perfect, rather it's about using your life experiences to help you minister to others. If you're ready to use your time, talent, treasure, and testimony to serve others, click the button below.
"God really gave our (Life Group) so many opportunities to exercise our faith and use what we learned from our incredible study this Semester. He gave me the opportunity to minister some truth to this sick friend over the phone and I felt compelled to go visit him. I emailed our group, and some of us made the trip down to South Jax, praying all the way. We had very little time due to the Hospital's strict visitation rules but God prevailed and my friend accepted Christ that night!! This is what walking out our Faith can look like & doing it together!" - Rae
How often do Life Groups meet?
Life Groups have a meeting length of two yearly semesters: the Fall (mid-August to mid-December) and the Spring (mid-January to mid-May).
Life Groups have meeting rhythms that vary depending on the type of group that you are part of. For example, Community Life Groups meet at least once every other week while Connect Life Groups may only meet once per month.
Where do Life Groups meet?
Life Groups meet in homes, coffee shops, restaurants, on the golf course, or at Christwalk Church.
Is childcare available?
Childcare varies depending on the type of group you are in. Community Life Groups are multi-generational gatherings of families that include your children, while Connect and Care Life Groups vary depending on the groups' focus.
Send us a message below with any other questions you may have.