Life Communities

Life communities are small groups of people who meet regularly to invest in each other’s lives, in their faith walks, and in the well-being of their surrounding communities. They are our primary way of building community in a large church setting.

Join a Group

We would love to have you join a group. If you are new to small groups, we recommend starting with Roots. This 10-week experience is a great introduction to what being in a small group is like, as you spend time with the same 6-8 people each week.

If you are ready to jump into a Life Community now, visit a LC team member in your campus lobby or use the map below, which includes groups of mixed age/gender/life stage, young adults (college/20s/30s), women, men, families, and speakers of other languages. (If you're looking for House Groups for middle and high school students, check out www.grace.org/housegroups.) Browse the map or use the drop-down menus to filter, then click on the group you’re interested in and fill out the form to learn more. All groups listed have room for new participants.

We ask that you contact one group at a time, and see if it feels like a good fit after a visit or two. If not, feel free to contact another; it’s our hope that you find a sense of real community. After all, the Christian life was not meant to be lived alone.

Childcare

Small Groups

Lexington deaf

Led By Alex Avram and Vivian Marcano
When Sundays - 10:45 AM

Lincoln - Vataha

Led By Debbie & Randy Vataha, Adele Newton
When Wednesdays - 7:00 PM

Watertown men

Led By Ken Chaney and Paul Browne
When Mondays - 7:00 PM