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LIFE GROUPS

New Study Starting Tuesday, January 19

How do we know what is true and who to trust? We find ourselves living in a moment with a growing cultural divide between political parties, economic philosophies, and competing worldviews. Throw in a global pandemic, racial tension, and angry outburst and there seems to be a fire keg ready to explode. The chasm is deep, the rhetoric destructive and the intensity is increasing. Everyone is being pressured to pick a side and take a stand, then to yell as loudly as they can, drowning out the voices of the opposition. Is there a better way? Do we owe our allegiance to this world and it’s competing kingdoms?

Join us for a for a 10-week in-depth look at two of the best known, but least understood sermons of Jesus.  Discover a clear path forward and a life worth living in the Sermon on the Mount. Uncover hope, learn how to make decisions and order your priorities in the Olivet Discourse. You can live right-side up in a world that is upside down.

Life is so much better when we're connected.

 Why should I join a Life Group, you ask?

>>You will find a place to belong. Life can be hectic, fast paced and impersonal.  Set aside some intentional time to make lasting friendships. 

>>You will take the next step on your spiritual journey. The Bible must be applied to your own personal situations, and that happens best in Life Groups. 

>>You will be able to handle life’s difficulties better. Life Groups provide excellent support in times of crisis, change, and stress.

The simplest way to join a Life Group is to come to our periodic Life Group Connections. This is a one-hour fun filled event in the Turtle Lake Cafe where you can eat free food and make friends. No sign up necessary. Just come and connect! Stay tuned…

FIND A GROUP

Join a small group to get better connected with others and deepen your relationship with Jesus. Take the first step today by filling out the interest form below.

LEAD A GROUP

Each small group needs hosts willing to open up their homes, lead discussions, and take responsibility for a small group as a navigator. Email Pastor Bob at bob@plymouthcovenant.org for more information about leading a group.

LEAD A GROUP

Each small group needs hosts willing to open up their homes, lead discussions, and take responsibility for a small group as a navigator. Email Pastor Bob at bob@plymouthcovenant.org for more information about leading a group.

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Simply fill out the form below and Pastor Bob will be happy to connect with you.