Lifegroups are the heartbeat of our church.
When the idea of “church” first began, it was a group of people who lived life together. These small group communities as seen in the book of Acts lived intentional lives focused on loving Jesus and loving those around them, and through them the world was changed. LifeGroup is a place to encounter God’s presence, go deep in His Word, share life together, invite friends and have an absolute blast. It is also the best way to get connected to our church.
Below you'll find information about each Lifegroup zone, and how to get connected to the group that's best for you.
College Pastor: Chris Gerac
We believe life with Jesus was always meant to be a wild adventure, and Lifegroups are a place we live it out. We don't want to be students that just talk about the Bible, we want to walk it out like the first group of young believers did in Acts 2:42-47. We gather in homes with our friends, we eat together, hang out, laugh, worship God, and get real about our lives. Wherever you are in your journey or whatever you believe, college Lifegroups are for you.
For more information about College Lifegroups, email Chris Gerac.
Young Adult LifeGroups
Young Adult Pastors: Brandon & Erica Hibbard
Young Adult Lifegroups are for anyone after college, married or single, who is looking to pursue Jesus and thrive in community. Our hope as we gather young adults in lifegroup is to see this vision carry out into our spheres of influence around Salt Lake City.
For information about Young Adult Lifegroups, email Erica Hibbard.
Adults & Families LifeGroups
Families Pastor: Kate Wasion
Families Lifegroups are for families with kids who are still living in the home who are looking for a community of people in the same season of life. Families Lifegroups are a safe place for you to be encouraged, empowered and equipped to grow in your personal relationship with Jesus and to be disciple makers in your home and your other spheres of influences. For more information about Families Lifegroups, email Kate Wasion.