All of our Lifegroups are currently meeting digitally. 

For more info or to get connected please fill out our LifeGroup Form

 

Dan & Mary Coughlan

Time: Sunday Nights at 5:30pm
Description: Discussion of the morning message for deeper understanding and life application.

Mark & Tanya Shea

Time: Friday Nights at 7pm
Description: Parents of teenagers.

Brett and Summer Halsey

Time: 1st Sunday of the month at 5:30pm
Description: Families sharing life together

Bill and Ann Henricks

Time: Sunday nights at 6pm
Description: Empty nester’s continuing their journey with God after the kids are grown.

Young Adults

Time: Sunday Nights at 7pm
Description: Adults 18-30 enjoying time together, learning more about Jesus and usually playing volleyball!

Erin and Chris Crofford

Time: 1st Sunday of the month at 5:30pm
Description: Families with young children sharing life together 

How Can I Join a LifeGroup?

  • Group Link coming soon! Group Link is a 2 hour event where people can connect
    with others in their geographic area or life stage in hopes of creating a LifeGroup.
  • Create your own Life Group and come to Group Link!
  • Visit the information center in the foyer.

When and Where do LifeGroups Meet?

  • LIFE Groups have the flexibility to meet whenever they want and wherever they want! You can choose a home, a coffee shop, and even the Church!
  • It is recommended that Life Groups meet on a weekly basis for an hour and a half to two hours.

Structure

  • Hang out, catch up on week (20 minutes)
  • Study (30 minutes)
  • Personal Application and Response to Study (30 minutes)
  • Prayer (10 minutes)

Can I Lead a LifeGroup?

  • LIFE Group Leaders are responsible for providing their groups with vision, direction, and support.
    They primarily serve as shepherds by facilitating and monitoring their groups.
  • Qualifications:
    • Connected –They have partnered with Trinity Church of the Nazarene through membership.
    • Character – They are known for their integrity by those who know them best.
    • Culture – They embrace Trinity’s group strategy and values.
    • Competence – They have been through training and have experience in leading small groups.
    • Chemistry – They have interviewed with the Pastor of Small Groups.