As we see God continue to grow our church, we want to continue to make room for new guests to get connected in biblical community. However, to do that, it means that we must continue to train up new leaders to launch new Life Groups, and grow existing groups. Our Life Group Leader Training occurs monthly over the course of five months, designed to equip people with the knowledge and confidence to lead out in our LifeGroup Ministry.

Sunday, April 14 | 11 a.m. | A228 | Register

Would you like to lead a LifeGroup? Join us for our LifeGroup Leader interest meeting to learn more.


The training will occur once a month for five months, either Sundays at 8 a.m. or 9:30 a.m. or Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

The training will be in five sessions: Healthy Groups, Membership, Maturity, Ministry and Mission.

LifeGroups are small groups within our church for people to practice the “One Anothers” of scripture together in creating biblical community to grow in their Christian walk.

We are looking for those that C.A.R.E. (Committed to Christ and to Cottonwood Creek Church as a church member, Available to explore what the next step in you Christian walk might look like, Responsive and sensitive to the Holy Spirit’s leadership in your life, Enthusiastic about what God is doing in the life and ministry of Cottonwood Creek Church)

LifeGroups can meet in a variety of places, members’ homes, a room at the church, a local coffee shop, or even an online platform, depending on the preferences and needs of the group.

Cottonwood Creek LifeGroups include On-Campus, At Home and Online options. Additionally, our groups can vary by age range, life stage or by location.

Decide on a regular meeting schedule that works for most members, whether weekly, or bi-weekly.

The size of your LifeGroup most often depends on the location of your group. Most groups that meet in homes reach their max around 15 people, however LifeGroups on campus can house groups ranging from 20 all the way up to 100!

Our Discipleship Team will help with email outreaches, and other communication, but the best way is for you to personally invite those that you know to join your LifeGroup.

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