Life Groups

About Life Groups

Life groups are small communities that meet in people’s homes where we talk about things that matter and share life together. We want everyone at New Hope to be connected to a Life group.

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Different groups around the city

  • Family
  • Couples
  • Young Professional
  • Men
  • Women
  • Intergenerational

Life Groups FAQs


How do I connect to a Life Group?

The main way to connect to a Life Group is through this website. After you fill out the simple form our Life Group director Corinne Allen will be in touch with options.

When do groups meet?

Most groups meet in the evening, Sunday -- Thursday. Some of our men’s and women’s groups meet in the morning. Group meetings usually last 1.5-2 hours.

What types of groups are available?

Many of our groups form around stages of life (young couples, 20/30s, 30/40s, empty nesters, etc.). We also have multi- generational, and young family groups.

What should I expect when I go?

Life Groups are shaped by their members, and each has its own personality, but in general, you can expect weekly gatherings of conversation, food, prayer, discussion of a Bible passage or topic, and/or discussion about Sunday’s sermon. Life Groups are not classes and the leader isn’t necessarily an expert with all the answers. As groups discuss the Bible, members are able to ask questions, share learning, and encourage each other in applying the message to everyday life. Our groups also serve together - sometimes that happens during the regularly scheduled meeting time; at other times it happens outside the meeting.

Can I bring my children to group?

Generally speaking, Life Groups are designed for adults. Some groups do meet regularly with all their children present. Other groups with children, men and women alternate meeting and occasionally the whole group meets together.

 

Corinne Allen – Life Groups Coordinator

Corinne wants to help you find the perfect group. She is passionate about creating groups that help others grow in community. She is certified as a coach through Western Seminary and is a NAMI Family to Family teacher. Let her know if you have any questions.

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