Life Groups FAQsBelow are some answers to a few of our frequensly asked questions. If you have further questions, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
What is a Life Group?
Life Groups consist of 6-12 people with different life experiences and at different stages of their faith journey who meet regularly together in people's homes. They're a place to come together in a smaller group to meet people, to grow in our relationship with Christ, to serve others, and to support one another through life's challenges.
Why are they important?
We were never meant to go through life alone. We were created for community – to encourage, serve, love, and support one another. That's why we encourage everyone at Coquitlam Alliance Church, no matter how long or how short you've been coming, to join a Life Group. Everyone is welcome to join any group at any time.
When and where do they meet?
Life Groups meet on virtually every night of the week in homes all throughout the Tri-Cities and beyond. Click here to search for a Life Group.
Which one should I join?
Most people choose a Life Group initially based on what night they're available and which location works best for them. Each Life Group is made up of different people, studies different things, and has a slightly different focus or emphasis. No two Life Groups are the same so it's okay to try out different ones before deciding if it's the right group for you or not. (Just keep in mind that just like there are no perfect people there are no "perfect" Life Groups either!) We do recommend that you try out a group 3-4 times before deciding to stick with it or try a different group so you have a chance to get to know the people and what the group is really like (and so they have a chance to get to know you too!).
How do I join a Life Group?
Take a look at our list of the many different Life Groups that are currenty meeting and decide which one you would like to try. Then contact either the group's leader directly or contact Michael Hart, Director of Life Groups, to talk to the leader and find out more about the specific group you're interested in. You may want to arrange to meet the Life Group Leader before or after one of our weekend services so you feel more comfortable when you first arrive at the group. Everyone is welcome to join any group at any time!