|Revd Ben Whitmore- "I'm part of a life group and I would encourage all that come to St Bart's and St Anne's to join one.
Lifegroups have been going strong here in Bart's parish for many years.
Whether you're new to Christianity or many years of experience they have something for everyone. We meet regularly in numbers of around 6 to 10 people and explore what it means to be a Christian for us in our daily lives.
There's bible study, friendship, support and laughter or even a meal and a pint at the pub! (one of my favourites!) But always, God is there!
God Bless, Ben"
For more info on Lifegroups, contact:
Treena Larkin – firstname.lastname@example.org
Life Groups are about helping each other to live LIFE God’s way – working out what it means to be disciples of Jesus today, and reconnecting faith to the whole of life.
How they work
To enable this a Life Group gathers weekly, usually meeting in someone’s home, with about 8-12 members.
Matt Wragg- "Our Lifegroups at St Bart's have been a fantastic support for Mick Caddick and myself. We have both found ourselves serving the Lord as Street Pastors looking after the young, old and Vulnerable on the city streets at the weekend nights.
The purpose is to help each other live life God’s way, so the meeting can only ever be a part of this. A healthy group will support each other between meetings to apply God’s word to the whole of our lives. A healthy group will gradually welcome new members, and eventually seek to multiply to form two new groups.
Join a Group
The best way to find out more is to see how it works by giving it a go.
For more information on Lifegroups:
Janet Shackleton – email@example.com