Life Group FAQs

What is a Life Group?

Life Groups are an important part of our life at First Covenant as we grow together in our faith and in our relationship with Christ. Life Groups are life-giving, authentic communities designed to encourage, to lovingly come alongside one another, and to share our lives together. Groups meet weekly or bi-weekly in homes on most evenings throughout the week. Some groups are experiencing a similar stage-of-life and some are intergenerational. When groups gather they fellowship, pray, and study the Word together. Life Groups also serve together throughout Salina. Life Groups do life together.

What is our vision for Life Groups?

Life Groups assist the mission of First Covenant Church by encouraging individuals to go Deeper in Christ and Further in Mission. Our Life Groups strive to be:

  • Biblical, in order to know God more intimately through discussing the scriptures and applying them to life.
  • Connectional, to join with people deeply through caring and ministering to one another.
  • Missional, to share Christ more passionately through service.

Our desire to see every individual in the life of our church be involved in a Life Group.

 

How can I become a part of a Life Group?

Sign up for a Life Group using our online form or indicate your interest on the Connection Card in the Sunday morning bulletin. You will then be contacted about your preferences and matched with a group.

What do you study at a Life Group?

Life Groups choose what they study; some do videos, some use books. All groups are encouraged to participate in the sermon series each fall and spring, prior to Easter. Life Group questions that correspond to the sermon text are posted on You Version Bible app and discussed at group gatherings.

Come and join a Life Group; grow in relationship both with others and Christ.