“And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart. Praising God, having favor with all people. And the Lord added to the church daily, such as should be saved.”  Acts 2:46-47

“Life Groups provide a pivotal setting where individuals, families and friends can come together for the purpose of enhancing one’s spiritual growth and also to fellowship and provide support to each other. This is a safe place for us to get to know one another, feel connected and loved and it also affords us the opportunity to serve our community together. I encourage you to join a Life group.”

– Bishop Ramsey, Senior Pastor

About Life Groups

What does Life Group look like?

The groups are small gatherings of people doing life together. It involves various activities including prayer, praise, fun at the park, lunch meetings, bowling, and other fun fellowship and faith-filled activities.

How often does the Life Group meet?

Three semesters a year—spring (Feb-May), summer (June-July) and fall (Sept – Dec). Most groups meet once a week, though some meet
biweekly. It is ok if you cannot attend every meeting. You will still benefit from joining a group. The semester format allows you to join
more than one group each year. New members are always welcome to the groups.

Where do the Life Groups meet?

The groups meet any place people get together, such as at homes, parks, restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, and office buildings. Some life
groups also meet at the church.

Do I have to sign up at the beginning of the kickoff or can I join at any time?

The groups have an open-door policy during each season, so you can join anytime.

What if I don’t like the first group I try?

It is very common for people to stay with their groups for a long period of time. However not everyone will find the best fit with the first
group they try. That is ok too. Try a few groups until you find the best one for you. Don’t give up. We want you to have a sense of belonging
here at Rehoboth.