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Life Home Groups meet the first and third week of the month. For the month of September the Friday night group will meet on the second and fourth week. We currently have three Life Home Groups starting this Fall 2016.

We have two Wednesday groups and one Friday night group that starts at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m.

The Wednesday Night Home Group – Urbana meets the first and third Wednesday of each month. A Life Home Group involves time for bible study, prayer, worship, food and getting to know each other.

Leaders: Dave and Niela Millar
Host: The Clarks
1310 E. Olympian Road
Urbana, IL 61802
Contact: Dave and Niela at d.millar@comcast.net

The Wednesday Night Home Group – Monticello meets the first and third Wednesday of each month. For the month of September, this new group will be starting on the third Wednesday, September 21. A Life Home Group involves time for bible study, prayer, worship, food and getting to know each other.

Leaders: Dick and Ann Young
Host: Roger and Denise Jones
2007 Spruce Lane
Monticello, IL 61856
Contact: Dick at dickyoungmac@gmail.com or Ann at youngann86@gmail.com

The Friday Night Home Group meets the first and third Friday of each month. For the month of September, this group will meet the second and fourth Friday of the month. A Life Home Group involves time for Bible study, prayer, worship, food and getting to know each other.

Leaders: Greg and Jeannette Elliott

Currently meeting at the church at 1204 E. Oak Street in Mahomet from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Contact: Jeannette at jellttpt@gmail.com or Greg at jg2elliott@gmail.com

Gilbert Bilezikian, in his book, Community 101, writes: “It is in small groups that people can get close enough to know each other, to care and share, to challenge and support, to confide and confess, to forgive and be forgiven, to laugh and weep together, to be accountable to each other, to watch over each other and to grow together. Personal growth does not happen in isolation. It is the result of interactive relationships. Small groups are God’s gift to foster changes in character and spiritual growth.”

Our community has discovered that our faith develops and grows best in small groups. They can provide friendships, pastoral care and personal growth in an environment of mercy and grace.