Groups are how we help each other grow.
Many times, our pursuit for personal growth or change in an area often feels limited because of a lack of accountability, full schedules, or unexpected struggles from everyday living. What if we allowed ourselves to participate in relationships with people who would partner with us as we pursue our growth?
Imagine reaching personal prayer goals with the help and encouragement of others. Imagine finding support and care from others after sharing some of life’s hardest struggles. Better yet, imagine if you were able to learn a new skill, sport, or hobby with people who make you laugh as you learn and grow. Join a group this season and experience the life changing impact that relationships bring.
Fall Grow Groups
Starting September 17th
Grow Group Leader Training
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How long do groups last?
Most groups last either 6 weeks or 12 weeks. There is a short break after the group ends. New groups launch every time we start a group semester (Fall, Spring & Summer). At that time, you can join the same group, find a new one, or lead one yourself.
I'm nervous to lead a group but want to. What do I do?
Here are some simple steps you can take to grow into the leader God created you to be.
- Attend a group. All leaders must attend at least one group before they can lead. Learn by example.
- Attend Grow Group Leader Training. All leaders must also go through this class. Here you will get all the tools and training to be a successful leader.
- Still not sure, Become a Co-Leader. Partner with a strong leader to help them lead a group and gain the experience to lead on your own.
I'm new to this whole group thing, how do I know which one to join?
There are so many types of groups it can be overwhelming. There are hobby groups, prayer groups, book groups, and so many more. We recommend choosing a group that interests you. However, one group that we believe everyone should go through is Freedom.