Life Groups


A small group

With a big impact 


Sunday mornings are fantastic for worship, but they’re a difficult place to grow; It’s just too easy to just sit at the back and be a spectator, without anyone encouraging you to take the next step. 

That’s where life groups come in. 

Life groups are small gatherings, often in a church member’s home, where you can connect with other people, offer mutual support and learn on a deeper level.

Life groups give you a chance to ask questions in real time, discuss some aspect of Scripture you’re really not sure about, and have a group of people support you in your walk with Christ. A life group can help you identify your next steps and offer encouragement as you go along. It’s the best way to see if you’re really growing. 

With groups meeting weekly, fortnightly, in the evenings and in the daytime, it’s easy to find one which suits your schedule. 

Current Life Groups

Pat’s Group

Tuesdays at 11:00 am
Frequency: Fortnightly

Location: CV5, Whoberley

An established group with an appetite for in-depth discussion.

Pam and Mark’s Group

Mondays at 7:30 pm
Frequency: Fortnightly

Location: Central Hall

Great chats and some very in-depth topics. It’s not uncommon to learn some Biblical Greek here. 

Alison’s Group

Wednesdays at 2:30 pm
Frequency: Fortnightly

Location: CV5, Eastern Green

Alison’s group is small, friendly and growing in confidence all the time.

The Tuesday Life Group

Tuesdays at 6:00 pm
Frequency: Weekly

Location: Central Hall

A big group with a real family feel – kicking off with a bring and share every week.

The Zimbabwean Fellowship

Sundays at 12:00 pm
Frequency: Contact Us for details

Location: Central Hall

Uplifting praise and teaching – often preached Shona – following our morning service.

The Ghanaian Life Group

Sundays at 12:00 pm
Frequency: Weekly

Location: Central Hall

We’ve got a great group of church members with strong links to Ghana meeting after the service most Sunday mornings for discussion and prayer.

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