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Why join a Life (small) Group?

We were not meant to walk through life alone.  It’s still possible to feel “alone” when you’re just one of the 
crowd. A Life Group takes you out of  the crowd and joins you with other people who are journeying 
together toward God. 

Life Groups at Bethesda consist of eight to twelve people who meet regularly, at Bethesda or in homes 
across Rockford and the surrounding communities. 

We have all different kinds of Life Groups—some are gender specific, some form around a particular age group or stage of life. Others are a mix of genders, and generations. 
What they all have in common is that they bring people together to support one another, pray for each 
other, have fun together, and take the next steps in loving God and loving others. Groups discuss a variety of things that may include the weekly sermons, book studies, bible studies, or other topical issues. 

How do I join a Life Group?

Those interested in getting connected to a Life Group can visit the Crave Center, in the Hospitality room, for a complete list of all the groups that are meeting. If you find a group that interest you, sign up right 
there. You can also check out our monthly newsletter for more information. 

Note: Most of our Life Groups meet through the school year (September through May) and break from meeting during the summer months. 

OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Bethesda Means
Sharing Christ

OUR  PLAN FOR FULFILLING OUR MISSION
B.M.S.C.
Bring People to Christ 
Make Followers
Share in Spiritual Growth
Change Lives

OUR VISION STATEMENT
Bethesda Covenant Church
is committed to becoming the creative, diverse, dynamic heart of our community for Jesus Christ.

Guidelines for Gracious Relationships

  1. 1.Communicate with clarity, honesty and love.

2. Be patient and forgiving, slow to criticize and quick to affirm.

  1. 3.Trust, encourage, and respecting each other in all that we say and do.

  2. 4.Be gentle and kind, respecting each other in all that we say and do.

5. Honor different gifts, histories, outward appearances, and journeys.

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