Life groups are the primary means of care and shepherding at StoneBridge. Being in a small-group community is the most effective way to experience care, community, and Christian growth within our church family. Simply put, a life group is an opportunity to do life in Christ together.

Kevin Burrell
Pastor of Preaching and Connections

Life groups are the primary means of care and shepherding at StoneBridge. Being in a small-group community is the most effective way to experience care, community, and Christian growth within our church family. Simply put, a life group is an opportunity to do life in Christ together.

Kevin Burrell
Pastor of Preaching and Connections

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The Group’s Commitment to You
Care - We foster a group in which people are invested in, prayed for, and pastored through the challenges of life.
Community - We develop a “doing life in Christ together” mindset in which each member gives of themselves to invest in others.
Christian Growth - We disciple people so that they might grow in their understanding and application of the gospel.
What is my commitment to the Group?
Doing life together is easy. It’s as simple as …
Showing Up - Commit to being present. If we’re called to invest in one another, the simple act of showing up is critical.
Joining In -
Play a role in the group and lend your voice to the discussion. Everyone has a part in community.
Being Real -
As trust develops in the group, be willing to risk transparency and honesty, admit your need for the Gospel. It doesn’t mean you have to “back up the truck” and share everything with total strangers, but being real means we don’t have to pretend we’ve got it all together.
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What should I expect?
• Life Groups are small by design—usually 10 to 14 individuals.
• Groups meet at least twice a month, often more regularly; each group chooses its own meeting schedule.
• Each group determines its own study content based on the interests and needs of the group.
• Most of our groups take a break from their study in the summer, but some may still meet socially.

How do I join a group?
• Life Group Launch takes place every August. It's our annual "push" to help people find a group.
• Most life groups begin in the Fall, however it is possible to join mid-year.
Please contact us for help in finding a group.

If you're a current Life Group leader, visit our toolbox for tips and help on leading a group.