Making Strangers into Neighbors, and Neighbors into Family

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We are so glad you are looking to get connected with the Tree of Life family. Life to the fullest is best experienced together and our Life Groups are a great way to experience that first-hand.

LifeGroups FAQ

What is a Life Group?

 A small group of loving and lovely people who want to cultivate community, love their neighbors, seek the Lord and have fun together.

Who are these groups for?

Anyone and everyone in and around the Tree of Life community.

What do Life Groups do with their time together?

Each group meets regularly to build friendships, have fun, encourage one another in relationship with the Lord and reach out to the surrounding community. If you are looking for people to learn, grow and laugh with, please check out one of our amazing groups! We’d love to connect with you!

Life Group members meet regularly for meals, Bible reading, discussion, and prayer. They also host community parties occasionally to include neighbors and friends.

How do I join a Life Group? 

Simply click here out the form. We will then connect you with the leader of the closest geographical group.  

What if I join a group and it isn’t a good fit?

Not a problem. We want your group to feel organic, comfortable and safe. If your first group isn’t the right fit, just let us know and we will help you find another!

So, what’s it mean?: Several homes in the church are designated hospitality centers. The church will gather in these homes frequently for prayer, worship, meals, friendship, and fun. The doors of these homes are also open to neighbors that they might join in meals, games, and experience the love of God and his church in a non-“churchy” environment.


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