Life Groups available throughout the Lehigh Valley
We believe that a Life Group is one of the best ways to build relationships and to grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ.
Shepherding Pastor: Adam Crain
Life Groups connect us to one another and are not a new thing. In fact, they date back to the very beginnings of church thousands of years ago. In Life Groups, just the like the early church, we get to form friendships, to know and be known, offer support and encouragement, and to grow closer to God. In a small group environment, you get to ask big questions and wrestle with tough topics. Most importantly, we get to be together with our brothers and sisters in Christ. We aren’t meant to live life alone. We are meant to journey through it together.
Imagine being part of a Life Group who has a leader who is intentional about all of that. Someone who was able to foster a relational environment, and able to train you to be a disciple maker. Your knowledge and practical application of God’s word will grow exponentially as you join with others in the study of HIS word.
Cedar Crests Life Groups reflect Cedar Crests mission. We need to be together in order help each other grow in our faith and look for ways to share Jesus with people who don’t yet know him.
Life Groups consist of 6-14 people that meet regularly in each other’s homes, building friendships and to helping one another grow in their Christian faith.
While we would love for you to be a believer in Jesus Christ and a covenant member with us here at Cedar Crest, belief and membership is not a necessary step in being part of a Life Group. However, all co-leaders are believers in Jesus Christ and also members of Cedar Crest.
There are three ways to join a Life Group throughout the year. The first step is to can clink the link below to signup online. Your first option is to join an existing Life Group. The second option is to join a new Life Group in the Fall or at the beginning of the New Year. We usually offer sign-up opportunities at the weekend worship services, as well. The third option is to co-lead a new Life Group.