Why are Lifegroups important?
We believe that every follower of Christ should be growing in their relationship with Jesus. We call that discipleship. We also believe that discipleship happens best when we are in relationships with other people so we can help each other along. Lifegroups are the place to build strong relationships and grow more like Jesus.
What is a Lifegroup?
A Lifegroup is 6-16 people that meet during a Session for 1½ -2 hours a week while working through a set Biblical curriculum.
How do I join a Lifegroup?
Use the Lifegroup Finder It will allow you to search by category/group type, day, time, location, and childcare availability. When you find a group you are interested in you can send the leader a message to ask questions, get additional information, and join the group. We would love to get you connected into a Lifegroup!
Where do Lifegroups meet?
Our Lifegroups meet off campus throughout our city and the surrounding areas. (Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, Richlands, Sneads Ferry) Some meet in homes, restaurants, or coffee shops. When searching for a Lifegroup you can either search by zip code or by category. Sometimes the best group for you may not be the closest group to you. It’s a better idea to search by category, which lists the different types of groups we have available.
What type of groups does Catalyst Church have?
We have Lifegroups for men, women, singles, married, co-ed (married & singles), senior adults, and support groups. We also have Lifegroups for our middle and high school students which are grade and gender specific.
What is a Lifegroup session?
A session is a set amount of time that our Lifegroups meet. We believe that we all need a healthy Sabbath so we plan it in our Lifegroup system. We meet during the Fall, Winter, and Spring Session and then break for the Summer.