Life Groups (LGs) exist to provide a relational context in which High Pointe members can help one another to follow Christ. LGs are small groups of High Pointe members (and those in the membership process) who have committed themselves to regularly meet together for the purpose of discipleship.
The reason LGs exist is to facilitate discipling relationships among church members, in which they are actively involved in helping one another toward Christlikeness (Hebrews 3:12-13; cf. 10:24-25). One way we could sum up the goal of LGs is with the phrase “relational discipleship.” LGs are meant to provide a context where discipling relationships can form and where members can help each other along the path of Christian maturity. Also, LGs can provide concrete avenues for church members to fulfill the ‘one another’ commands of Scripture.

Frequently Asked Questions

When and where do Life Groups meet?

LGs meet on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month in the homes of various members of HPBC (not necessarily in the homes of LG leaders).

Who can join a Life Group?

How do I join a Life Group?

LGs are for members of HPBC or those in the membership process. We encourage all members of HPBC to be part of a LG.
Those interested in joining a LG can go to the following link to browse High Pointe's groups and submit a request to join:  Life Groups

More questions?

If you have any further questions or would like to speak with someone directly about LGs at HPBC, please fill out the form below and we will reach out soon.