Cliffdale Community Church
The Names of God
2018 Winter Life Groups
Groups Start Week of 11 Feb 2018
Genesis 1:1 - New International Version (NIV)
1 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth."
During this Winter Semester, Life Groups will have the opportunity to read and learn about The Names of God. This study, written by our Pastor, Morris Barnett, consist of 8 lessons plus a week to begin and end, so 9-10 weeks long. During Sunday services, the Pastor's sermons will connect us to the readings you discussed in your group that week. We believe by doing all this together as a church and as a life group member, it will have an enormous impact on your faith and relationship with Christ.
Cost is $5.00 per person
Groups are listed below. You can sign up for your group below as well. Be sure to list the group number that you would like to attend.
Life Group leaders, dates and times are listed below.
#1. Nick/Rose Jones @ 5pm @ 5405 Ballentine St, Hope Mills
#2. Dale Paschall @ 6pm @ CCC
#3. Dusty/Ralph Grice @ 6pm @ 4709 Woodline Dr.
#4. Ron Johnson @ 1200 noon @ CCC
#5. Gordon Smith @ 6:30 @ CCC
#6. Michelle/Daris Johnson @ 7pm @ CCC
#7. Pastor Morris (Men Only) @ 8am @ CCC
#8, Bob Kahihikala @ 9am @ CCC (Worship Area)
Don't Procrastinate, Sign up for your Life Group now!
*Maximum 16 Participants Per Group*
Questions? Call the Church Office at 910-860-3559 or email
Ron Johnson, Life Group Coordinator
What is a Life Group?
A life-changing Bible study with 8-10 group members who agree to meet together for ten weeks of prayer, Bible study, and mutual encouragement. Group members vary in age, life-circumstances, Biblical literacy, and Christian experience. All are welcome and every attender at Cliffdale is encouraged to participate. In Life Groups you'll get to know others in the church family, make friends, and be encouraged in your faith. Life Groups meet in homes and at the church. Childcare options vary by group.
Why do I need to be in a Life Group?
Cliffdale Community Church's life group ministry is directly related to our core commitment to genuine relationships. It's difficult to build genuine relationships in the context of our Sunday worship service. However, in life groups we have the time and opportunity to get to know one another! This is important because no one can grow in their spiritual journey alone. Fellowshipping with other believers enables us to become all that God desires us to be.
Our Life Groups also do community projects at the end of each semester. Each Life Group picks their own project.