Our desire is to help you get connected at Friends Church. We believe we were not made to live life alone. It is an essential part of each person’s journey to become involved in a group of two or more where you can experience safe, honest relationships which encourage growth, change and a commitment to live out God’s purpose for your life.
– Lead Pastor, Matthew Cork
Have you ever found yourself just going through the motions in life, but feeling disconnected? Do you ever feel isolated from those around you or distant from God?
HABITS is a 6-week Life Group study that focuses on connecting–with God and with others. You’ll study and learn to practice the classic habits of the Christian life like prayer, fasting, and service. You’ll also learn about community, but more importantly, you’ll experience it in your life group.
HABITS will change your life.
Men’s Life Groups meet at various times throughout the week. If you’re looking to go deeper in your relationship with Jesus, this is for you.
Women’s Life Groups meet at various times throughout the week in both homes and at the church campus. If you’re looking to connect with other women and dive deeper into God’s Word, this is for you.
4th and 5th Grade Life Groups meet on campus Wednesday nights from 7 – 8:45P (Sep – May), starting September 19! This is the perfect opportunity for your preteen to connect and grow with God, peers and leaders!
Junior High Life Groups (6th – 8th Grade) meet on campus on Wednesday nights from 7 – 8:45P (Sep – May), starting September 19! This is a fun, safe space for Junior Highers to connect with God, other students, and encouraging leaders.
High School Life Groups (9th – 12th Grade) meet on campus on Wednesday nights from 7 – 8:45P (Sep – May), starting September 19. This is a great opportunity for students to study God’s Word and live out deep and meaningful friendships.
College Life Groups meet on Sunday Nights at 7P, starting September 9. They are designed for you and a handful of same-gender friends to grow together, discuss and ask questions about that night’s topic at college group.
“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”