...They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people...
Acts 2:46-47

What is a LIFEgroup?

Simply defined, a LIFEgroup is a group of 4-12 people who meet weekly or bi-monthly to encourage and care for one another. We believe intentional relationships are they key to sustained spiritual growth.  That's why LIFEgroups are such an important part of our discipleship strategy. In a LIFEgroup, people study God's Word together and discuss the issues and challenges of life. It's also where they pray, care for one another and are missed if they don't show up. Practically speaking, there will never be a way for Living Branch staff to personally minister to everyone who attends our church. That's why we place such a high premium on group life. It's how we minister effectively at Living Branch.

Frequently Asked Questions

why should I join a lifegroup?

The goal of joining a group is to grow in your faith around people that can support you in taking your next steps.  We believe life is better when you're together with those that can relate with you in your walk with Christ. Some of our LIFEgroup options include: married, co-ed, men's, women's, leadership, finance and students. We want to help you find the best fit.

Is Childcare Provided?

Most of our groups are kid friendly and some of them provide childcare. Let us know if you are interested in joining a group and have questions about childcare.

How Often Do LIFEgroups meet?

Groups meet on different days and times throughout the week. Some choose to meet every week, while others meet bi-weekly or monthly.

where do life groups meet?

Groups meet at Living Branch, homes, restaurants and coffee shops all across the Northern Montgomery County. We will help you find a group that best suits your location.

what will my group do?

Each group leader decides what their group will focus on. Some groups are interest based, meaning they do something focused on a particular subject. Other groups do Bible studies and follow a video curriculum, while others choose Bible studies from noted Bible scholars.