It is impossible to overstate the importance of togetherness in a Jesus follower’s life. And that’s exactly what our LifeGroups offer.

We exist to do life together, encouraging each other to live the lives Jesus desires for us to live.

We strive to accomplish this mission in four ways:

Meeting and Studying Together

The only way to know what the life Jesus desires for you to live looks like is by it being revealed through the Word of God. Our goal is not to simply provide information, but to allow what we learn to transform every aspect of our lives. 

Ministering Together

Community is not something that is simply taken, it is something that grows through mission. When we minister together we want to come together around a mission to serve our community and those in need…together. 

Ministering to Each Other

We want to be intentional about accountability. We desire to create environments where transparency is easy and we can provide the tools and encouragement needed to live the lives Jesus desires us to live.

Do Life Together

Enjoy each other. Enjoy each other’s families. Have fun. Be real. And realize, these relationships are special. They are life giving…so enjoy them.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join a LifeGroup?

You can sign up any Sunday at the Welcome Center in the lobby or online by filling out this form. If you are new to C3 you can sign up when taking the Discover Carterville class that is offered roughly every other month. Or you can simply contact Connections Minister, Johnny Templeton.

What is a LifeGroup?

LifeGroups are small groups of people that meet weekly in someone’s home for food, fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. They are for adults of all ages, stages of life, and spiritual maturity.

ARE there groups that have married couples and singles together?

The majority of our groups are either all single or all married, but we do have a few groups that have both.

Is childcared provided for each group meeting?

C3 provides childcare for groups on Sunday night, Tuesday night, and Wednesday night.

When and where do groups meet?

Our groups primarily meet on Sunday night, Tuesday night, or Wednesday night. The groups generally meet in the home a group member. Some groups prefer to take turns meeting in different members’ homes.

HOW long does each group meeting last?

This often depends on if group members use C3 childcare. If the group does use childcare the meeting will generally last around and hour and a half. If the group does not use childcare the group could last closer to two hours.

What do groups study?

Each group picks their own curriculum to study. The majority of our groups use curriculum that goes along with the current sermon series on Sunday mornings at C3. 

Do I have to be a member of C3 to be a part of a LifeGroup?

Absolutely not! In fact, we love for our groups to invite those outside the church to join.