Care Groups

We have small groups that meet in various homes in our area twice a month. These groups of 12 - 24 people allow us to develop closer relationships in a way that is not possible during the Sunday meeting. Belonging to a care group is a central part of church life at Living Faith. Through group studies, personal care, prayer, and fellowship, members give and receive love and support.

Relationships are the backbone of our life together and Care Groups provide a setting for friendships to flourish. Care Groups meet two or three times a month in members' homes for the purpose of fellowship, personal ministry, worship, and the study and application of God's Word.

These small groups allow us to build together and live out the "one another's" of scripture beyond our Sunday meetings (John 15:12; Rom. 12:10, 16; Eph 5:19; Heb. 10:25; 1 Pet. 4:9). This involves not only prayer, counsel, and encouragement, but also helping one another with practical needs such as meals for a family with a newborn, serving during sicknesses or trials, as well as celebrating life's milestones with one another.