Life Groups

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What is a Life Group?


A group of between 6 - 10 people who meet on a regular basis to pray, read the Bible, support each other and share life together. 
 

Why do we have Life Groups?


Our mission statement is:
 

Living for God....

Life Groups help us to know and share God's transforming love.
 

Living together....

Life Groups offer friendship: a place to be ourselves, to support and be committed to each other and to grow in faith, hope and love.  They are a place where we expect to be changed by God.
 

Living in the World....

As a result, Life Groups serve the church family and equip and encourage group members as distinctive followers of Jesus in the wider world.
 

Is this for me?

Everyone at St Margaret’s is encouraged to join a Life Group. It’s a great way to get to know each other better and to deepen our Christian faith. They usually start with a cup of tea and cake(!), followed by discussion and prayer time. 

Which Group?

Most of the groups meet during school term times, in the evenings, as well as currently two daytime groups. Some meet weekly and others fortnightly. It’s a great way to study the bible together, pray for and support one another.  

For a little more information on each of our Life Groups please click here.

If you would like to join one, please get in touch with Tom or Rachelle Sanderson at lifegroups