Life Group Cells
WE ARE DESIGNED TO LIVE IN COMMUNITY
Now is a great time to find a Life Group and stay connected. You can face life with the kind of love and support God has in mind for you. The best way to get connected, and stay connected, at Elgin is by joining one of our Life Groups.
WHAT ARE ELGIN LIFE GROUPS?
A Life Group is 4 to 12 people gathering for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. Life Groups exist to accomplish two vital goals of the Kingdom:
- To edify believers by connecting them on a more intimate level
- Helping them to become devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
One of the core values of Life Groups is that they are small, which enables them to foster an atmosphere of trust, accountability, and personal spiritual growth. Small groups represent the model of the New Testament Church. (Philemon 1:2; Colossians 4:15; 1 Corinthians 16:19 etc.)
WHERE DOES EACH GROUP MEET?
Individual Life Groups meet on a designated day, time and location on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis. Currently, groups are meeting via Zoom due to the Covid restrictions.
WHAT IS STUDIED?
Each group decides on the curriculum to be studied, and how much time they will spend on fellowship, Bible study, sharing, and prayer. The primary discussion revolves around each person sharing “What God is Teaching Me.”
HOW DO I JOIN A LIFE GROUP?
Simply contact Pastor Eva at 519-271-5407 x 101
or email her at [email protected] to let her know you’re interested.
Bi-Annual Bible Study Groups
In the Spring and the Fall of each year, a large-group Bible study is offered and is open to everyone.
A morning class for ladies only is held from 9:30 to 11:30. There is a DVD presentation and then discussion.
An evening class for men and ladies is held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. There is a DVD presentation and then separate discussion times for men and ladies.
Marcel Pepping leads the men’s discussion. Shelley Pepping leads the ladies’ discussion.
The topic/subject and details of the current studies are posted here; however, due to Covid restrictions these studies have been postponed until further notice.
For more information, feel free to contact
Shelley Pepping at 519-271-2478
or Marcel Pepping at 519-274-5917