AN ALL-NEW WAY TO CONNECT
Life Groups have always existed to form relationships and grow together in our walk with Christ. True spiritual growth and life-change only takes place as we build relationships in a setting that encourages friendships, transparency and openness. Now, if that wasn't a daunting enough task at time when we could meet together in homes, it is now that we are separated from each other in this season of social distancing. BUT we are excited and grateful to be able to use technology given to us in this modern age to still spend time in community together using the platform Zoom. We know things are changing faster than ever, but we refuse to allow fear, or geography to keep us from joining together in community with our church family! We hope that, as you become connected with the vision of LifePoint Church, you will take the next step with us and join a LifeGroup.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW DO I USE ZOOM?
Check out this short video tutorial below to help get a basic idea of how to use an operate the Google Hangouts platform. Don't worry, it's way simpler than you think!
WHAT WILL WE BE TALKING ABOUT?
Our groups discuss material that come straight from the Bible; God's perfect and authoritative word, in a simple, creative way called Bible-Storytelling. The primary goal of our groups is applying biblical truth to our daily lives through the relationships that are formed in your group.
WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE WILL BE IN MY GROUP?
In this current online session, we will assign you a group according to age, location, stage of life and childcare needs. If you have any questions or requests regarding this, please email email@example.com
WHAT TIME IS MY LIFEGROUP?
Because of the uncertain circumstances and inconsistent schedules of all affected by the current guidelines and regulations set in place by the powers-that-be, ALL lifegroups for this 5-week session will be at 5:30pm for simplicity's sake.
WHAT IF I DON'T FIND A GROUP THAT FITS ME PERFECTLY?
As we grow and offer more groups in more areas there will be a greater opportunity for you to get into a group that matches your needs. Being in a group is essential to feeling connected to our church. Especially in times like these, where the need is greater than ever.