What is a Life Group?

Life Groups are closed, small groups that meet in someoneís home for building authentic relationships and spiritual growth. We believe sustained life change happens best in the context of Life Groups.  In Life Groups, people study Godís Word together and discuss the issues and challenges of life.  It is also where they pray, care for one another, and are missed if they are absent for any reason. They are for adults of all ages, stages of life, and spiritual maturity.

Why are groups closed?

A closed/established group is a group comprised of the same people who meet consistently over a period of time.  Since people are encouraged not to group-hop, this allows the group to go beyond surface relationships to develop intimate relationships with other believers.

Why should someone be a part of a Life Group?

We believe intentional relationships are a key to sustained spiritual growth.  Thatís why small groups are such an important part of our discipleship strategy. Life Groups allow believers to grow closer to one another and develop friendships with others at Crossroads Christian Assembly.  Participating in Life Groups not only unites people together, but also fosters spiritual growth. We place a high premium on Life Groups because we believe it is one of the most effective tools for ministering effectively to our church family.

When and where do Groups meet?

A few of our members have volunteered their homes to host Life Groups at various locations around the city and in Leduc.  Most Life Groups meet on a designated week day starting at 7pm.  You can sign up for a Life Group at the location and day of the week most convenient for you.

How often do Life Groups meet?

Once a week for 13 weeks.

How long does each meet last?

Anywhere from one and a half to two hours.

What goes on at a group meeting?

Though each group differs in how they are structured, group time consists of building relationships, biblical discussion, and prayer.

How do I join a Life Group?

There is a sign up sheet in the church foyer with the location, date, and time of day for you to look at and pick from.