Welcome to Life Groups and Life Classes where "We Grow In Community."

Welcome to one of the most critical aspects of your walk with God – discipleship and spiritual development.  Here at New Life, Discipleship happens best in the context of “community.”  According to Acts 2:42-47, the early church was deeply engaged in developing their spiritual experience with Christ within the confines of community with other believers.  Life Groups and Life Classes are designed to immerse you in a healthy community of loving Christ-followers committed to seeing every family member grow and blossom.  This kind of community allows us to learn with each other and ‘from’ each other.

This principle is valid in all areas of life. We become better when we are together. Life Groups and Classes are how New Life comes together to help make us better at life, home, work, and following Christ. This journey is our journey. Let’s walk it together.


Classes Begin April 9, 2024 and Last Day to Register is April 5, 2024. Classes and Groups will close on April 6th. 



Life group is where we grow, encourage, and do life together.  We experience community fellowship and spiritual support with other believers who are in the same season of life. 

#Adultish - Young Adults 18-39; Thursday 7 pm (EST)


Facilitator: Henrietta Tatum 

Description: This group is designed to gather young adults 18-30. They will be together not only to do life together spiritually but also to be engaged and encouraged to remain in God and have a constant relationship with Him.

Target audience: Young Adults 18-35

Primary Resources for this Small Group Will be provided 

Day/Time: Thursday - 7 p.m. (EST)

In-Person or Online: In-person and Online 

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#MensChat&Chew - All Men; Tuesdays, 6:30 pm (EST)


Facilitator: Men's Ministry 

Description: #MenChat&Chew- This group is designed for men who love a good breakfast and conversation. This group will either meet at a restaurant or have a prayer breakfast to encourage men to be the Godly man God requires.

Target audience: All Men 

Primary Resources for this Small Group: Will be provided 

Day/Time: Tuesday's - 6:30 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: In-person and Online 

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#BookIt- All Book Lovers; Thursdays, 7-8 pm (EST)


Facilitator: Sis. Gret Rush

Description: #BookIt—This group is designed for constant Christian book studies. Members find a book and walk through it together.

Target audience: All Book Lovers 
Primary Resources for this Small Group Will be provided 

Day/Time: Thursday, 7-8 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: Online 

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#KingdomKoins - All Entrepreneurs; Tuesdays, 7 pm (EST)


Facilitator: Sis Rebecca Lamar 

Description:  Target audience: All Entrepreneurs 

Primary Resource for this Small Group: #kingdomKoins—This group is designed to help entrepreneurs apply Godly kingdom principles to their business(es). Participants will learn to incorporate biblical principles into a worldly view of money and entrepreneurship.

Day/Time: Tuesday's - 7 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: Online Only

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Life class is a learning environment where discipleship is done in a class setting with a teacher(s), students, and robust discussions all centered around the Word of God.

Who is Jesus? - Thursdays, 6:30 pm (EST), Online & In-Person

Teacher: Joyce R. Lewis, M.D.

Description: In our study of Who Is Jesus?, we will study various names given to Jesus in the Bible.  We will examine 66 names for Jesus that are found in the bible by reading the scriptures.  We will discuss the history and definition of some of the names.  We will also dive into the theology of a few names and how they impact our faith.  Finally, we will talk about how these names are important to us daily.

Primary Resource for this Class: Who is Jesus? 66 Great Names and Titles Explained and Applied by Paul Kent

Day/Time: Thursday - 6:30 pm

In-Person or Online: Online & In-Person

Location at the Church: Room 106


To Know God by Name - Tuesdays, 7:00 pm- 8:30 PM (EST), Online Only

Teacher: LaKenya Hunt


Knowing and understanding the personal attributes of God the Father is the emphasis of the study To Know God By Name.  We’ll study the names of God, their meanings, and the immaculate traits that make up the character of God.  As we learn who God is, we’ll fall more in love with the Father and become Enabled and Engaged.  Enabled to seek His face and Engaged to worship Him fully.

Primary Resource for this Class: KNOWING GOD BY NAME. A Personal Encounter by Mary A. Kassian

Day/Time: Tuesdays - 7:00 pm- 8:30 PM (EST)

In-Person or Online: Online Only


Divine Detours - Tuesdays, 7:00 pm (EST), Online Only

Facilitator: Dr. Linda Bing

Description: When God wants to take us someplace, the path is not typically in a straight line. There are twists and turns and the unexpected. There is usually a "detour"; an unplanned shift in the route we were planning to take. Yet, we often try to work our own way through the circumstances we believe are best for us. Using examples from the life of Joseph, we will discuss how God took him through detours and how those detours relate to you and me. We will explore the purpose of detours and how God uses them for our good regardless of how they make us feel or how we feel about them. They are necessary steps to get us to the appointed end He wants. 

The primary resource for this class: Detours, by Tony Evans

Target audience: Men & Women (All ages)

Day/Time: Tuesdays- 7:00 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: Online



Crash Course On Evangelism - Tuesdays, 7:00 pm (EST), In-Person/Online


Teacher: Deborah Butler


Sharing your faith with others can be a daunting endeavor. A plan can help you share Christ without stressing about saying the right thing or losing the relationship. In this course, Dr. Bobby Conway will guide you through what the Bible says about reaching non-believers, equip you with the starting blocks of sharing your faith, and offer you a strategy for getting started. By the end, you will have a newfound excitement for the Great Commission and be encouraged to notice various opportunities to reach others with the Gospel.

Textbook: Crash Course On Evangelism 

Day/Time: Tuesdays - 7:00 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: In-Person/Online

Location at the church: Room 106

The Book of Colossians - Thursdays, 7:00 pm (EST), Online & In-person

Teacher: Dr. Morcease Beasley

Description: If you are interested in studying directly from a book of the Bible, then look no further. This class will be taking a deep dive into the book of Colossians. You will examine who believers are in Christ. You will also be receiving instruction from the Apostle Paul's letter to them on how to walk in Christ. One of Paul's emphasis throughout the letter is on the mind. Paul makes the tie that the better the Colossians know what they believe, the harder it will be for someone to persuade them otherwise. If you want to strengthen your mind and actions, this class is for you.


Primary Resource for this Class: The Bible

Day/Time: Thursdays - 7:00 pm

In-Person or Online: Online and In-Person 

Location at the Church: Room 105/107


The Grace of God II - Saturdays, 4:00 pm (EST), Online Only

Teacher: Loretta Shelton

Description:  The Grace of God class is designed to assist us in understanding of the concept of grace in the life of a believer and how God has granted us this gift.  During this 8-week session, we will explore the gift of grace by examining the impact it had on a broad range of biblical characters, from diverse backgrounds, throughout the Old and New Testaments.  The class will delve into the life of these biblical characters and unpack how God’s grace impacts their current and future life circumstances.  Throughout this study, we will see how grace tips the scales in their favor.    The intent is to understand that we have parallel stories with their life situations and circumstances and that we all need God’s Grace. 

Primary Resource for this Class: “The Grace of God” – Author – Andy Stanley

Day/Time: Saturday - 4:00 pm

In-Person or Online: Online Only 


Bearing Fruit - What Happens when God's People Grow - Tuesdays, 6:30 pm (EST), Online

Facilitator: Elizabeth Clark 


Why are so many Christians stagnant in their faith? Why do we often live as though the gospel stops at the moment of conversion?

The good news of Jesus doesn’t stop the moment we get saved. Salvation is only the beginning of God’s work in our lives. The gospel of Jesus doesn’t only justify us; it sanctifies us. When we receive the Holy Spirit at salvation, an incredible work begins to happen in us: we begin to bear fruit. When we are firmly planted in the gospel and committed to growing in Christ, He produces in us the fruits of the Spirit, the marks of a true Christian.


The primary resource for this class: Bearing Fruit-What Happens When God's People Grow by Robby Galla

Target audience: Men & Women (All ages)

Day/Time: Tuesdays- 6:30 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: Online and In-Person 

Location at the Church: Room 107


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Start to Follow (New Believers Class) - Tuesdays, 7:00 pm (EST), Online & In-PersonĀ 


Facilitator: Rev. Kevin Taylor and Dr. Sabrina Botts 

Title of Material: Start to Follow by Harvest: Greg Laurie 

Description: Start to Follow was created for both individuals because both new and mature Christians can have trouble knowing just what it means to follow Christ. So to maintain EVERY Believer will need a refresher that this walk is challenging but rewarding. 


The primary resource for this class: 

Target audience: Men & Women (All ages)

Day/Time: Tuesdays- 7:00 pm (EST)

In-Person or Online: Online and In-Person 

Location at the Church: Room Infuse Space