Groups & Growth
Life Groups form a vibrant community where we can connect with God, his body and our neighbours.
Life Groups in Local Homes
Life Groups are central to who we are here at Peoples. Our groups are a place where we learn to live out our faith in the everyday rhythms of life by serving together, training together and growing together. To make it convenient for you, we have groups that meet across the city, at various times throughout the week. Interested in finding out more? Want to get connected? Contact us.
The following questions and answers will help you understand the benefits of joining Life Group.
Who is in my group?
Ideally, each group includes 6 to 10 people who live in the same neighbourhood. Groups are multi-generational, with men and women, married couples and singles, from various backgrounds. This diversity allows you to draw on the wisdom of different life experiences—and share yours as well.
Who leads my group?
Each group has a leader who is a member The Peoples Church and who has leadership gifts, spiritual maturity and biblical training. You may join a group that already has a leader—or you might be just the person to become a leader.
When and where do we meet?
Your group will set its own meeting time and place—usually 2 to 4 times per month in the home of someone who has agreed to be a host. Groups are most meaningful when everyone makes a commitment to meet consistently.
What happens during group meetings?
Life Group meetings provide a place to connect, catch up as friends and enjoy a meal or refreshments, as well as to engage in meaningful discussion that helps you apply God’s Word to your everyday life.
Discussion is based on our weekly sermons, so you have the opportunity to re-examine what you heard from God’s Word and then decide how to put that into action. This is important because the Scriptures teach us: “Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says” (James 1:22).
Life Groups can access Sermon Archives and Bible Study Guides updated every Monday.