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We believe God created us to live in relationship with Him and with each other. This is why we created Life Groups. From living room Bible studies, coffee shop hang-outs, time in the gym, or time on the golf course, spiritual or practical, there is a Life Group for you. Here at The House, you will find Life Groups for men, women, families, couples, youth and more.

Meeting weekly throughout the year in three seasons.


Life Groups are an exciting way for you to meet and connect with others at The House! By meeting in homes across the area, Life Groups provide a fun-filled, relaxing environment for people to engage in meaningful relationships by doing life together. Life Groups are focused on building relationships, growing together in your walk with God and praying for one another. They make a big church feel small!

Life Groups give us the opportunity to do ‘church’ all throughout our city and meet people right where they are.

Small groups are a key aspect of our church community. Most meet weekly in the home of a group member (usually the leader’s home). We try to keep them limited to about 12 people. If you can’t find an open group, please let us know!

Most groups have snacks or dinner each week so typically the group will begin by enjoying some good food. Then you would move into a time of talking about Sunday’s sermon or special topic followed by praying for one another’s needs. Groups also plan fun activities together such as Miniature Golf, Bowling, Basketball, Board Games, etc.

Life Group discussions are either centered on the current Sunday sermon at THE HOUSE or on a specific topic of choice.

There are groups where children are welcome. When inquiring about a group, you can ask the leader how their group organizes with children.

Our goal at THE HOUSE is to help you find meaningful relationships in which you can grow. We understand that it may take checking out two or three different groups to find the right fit. With that in mind, we encourage you to give each group a few weeks before trying a new one. It usually takes a few weeks for people to break the ice and begin connecting.