Our vision is five-fold – worship, prayer, teach the Word of God, fellowship, and outreach/evangelism. Our emphasis in the group is discipleship, pastoral care, leadership development, and multiplication. Some of the benefits of being a part of a connect group are:
- Sense of belonging
- Spiritual stability
- Spiritual Strength
These groups are a place to encourage, equip, and empower the believer for the work of the ministry to fulfill their holy calling. 2 Timothy 1:9 – “Who has saved us and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to His own purpose and grace which was given to us in Christ Jesus before time began.”
If you have any other questions in regards to our RLife Groups feel free to take a look at our Frequentlty Asked Questions from others just like yourself.
What is a RLife Group?
A RLife Group is a small group of people that meet on a regular basis (usually twice monthly) to have a time of praise and worship, prayer, teaching of God’s Word, fellowship, and outreach.
What study materials are used in a connect group?
Each RLife Group teaches the RLife Group lesson provided in the bulletin and online each week. These lessons are based on Pastor T. L. Sadler’s weekly message.
Do I have to be a member of RChurch to attend a connect group?
No. They are led by RChurch members and provide a vehicle to take Christ into other peoples lives. Connecting their lives with ours.
How do I find a connect group that is right for me?
How do I find a connect group that is right for me?” There are 9 RLife Groups at RChurch. These groups are listed in the RChurch RLife Group Directory. Pick one up at our kiosks at before or after service.
Can my children attend a connect group with me?
There are some RLife Groups that are setup for the whole family. For the groups that cannot accommodate children the listing will say “Adults Only”.
What is the format of a RLife Group?
The RLife Groups follow the vision of RChurch; Worship, Prayer, Teach the Word, Fellowship, and Evangelism/Missions.
Do I have to attend a group in my zip code?
No, you have the freedom to attend a group of your choice.