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LIFE Groups

God's people grow in the greenhouse of Christian community.  In God's good design, when we are spiritually reborn we are immediately a part of His family, the church.  Believers and seekers gather together to look into God's Word, pray for each other, struggle together, love each other, and encourage one another to follow Christ whole heartedly. This is where the family of God acts like a family. We want each person who joins a group to discover firsthand the joy, responsibility, and growth occurring from intentional community.  The people in a LIFE Group are people just like you. Some groups are composed of couples, some a mixture of both singles and couples, and some a mixture of generations. LIFE Groups meet at various homes and times throughout the week.

During this unique season of COVID-19, our LIFE Groups are meeting in both online and in-person formats.  Online groups are utilizing software such as Zoom in order to provide a place for those who are unable to meet in person.  For those who are able to meet in-person, LIFE Groups are meeting together in groups of no more than 5 people in compliance with current laws.  

If you would like to learn more about a LIFE Group see About LIFE Groups for answers to common questions.  If you would like to register interest in our LIFE Groups ministry, please click the "I'm Interested" button below and fill out a brief questionnaire that will help us connect you with a group.  Don't worry, you are not required to join the recommended group and you will be able to speak to the leader and even attend a few times before committing to the group. 

We look forward to getting to know you!  

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Ministry News

Posted: April 24, 2018

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 1:1-10

1.    What impacted you the most from this week’s sermon? Why? (If you missed it, you can listen to the message at https://glenwoodcc.org/resources/teaching)

2.    Read Ephesians 1:1-10. What are your first impressions from this...

Posted: April 11, 2018

Scripture Reading: Psalm 13

1.    What stood out to you the most from this week’s sermon? Why?

2.    Read Psalm 13. What is your first reaction to this psalm? 

3.    Read verses 1-2. Have you ever felt this way? Do...

Posted: April 1, 2018

Scripture: 1 Peter 1:3, 13; 3:15

1. What is hope? What are some of the common ways that people use the word “hope” today?  

2. What stands out to you the most from this week’s sermon? Why?

3. What do the following verses have...

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