LIFE GROUPS

Life Groups are the primary way that we grow in a discipleship community at CrossPoint Church. We meet together regularly for encouragement, friendship, to serve our communities and just do life together. This is the best way to grow a deeper connection in the church.

Below you will find helpful information to learn more about Life Groups:

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Our Current Life Groups


  • Friday Group

    EAST PEORIA

    Wednesdays at 6:30pm

    Hosted by Mark and Jenny Friday

    (309) 712-5719

    mark@visitcrosspoint.com

  • Sharpe Group

    EAST PEORIA

    Wednesdays at 6:00pm

    Hosted by Aaron and Jamie Sharpe

    (618) 783-9292

    aaronlloydsharpe@gmail.com

  • West Group

    EAST PEORIA

    Tuesdays at 6:30pm

    Hosted by James and Bridgit West

    (727) 744-7345

    jawest1967@gmail.com

  • Chamberlain Group

    MORTON

    Wednesdays at 6:00pm

    Hosted by Doug and Marty Chamberlain

    (309) 264-2354

    dougchamberlain01@gmail.com

  • Anderson Group

    ROTATING LOCATIONS

    Fridays at 6:00pm

    Hosted by Cameron Anderson and Jessica Belsley

    (309) 712-1556

    integrityhomeinspecting@gmail.com

  • Cone Group

    ROTATING LOCATIONS5Sundays at 6:00pm

    Hosted by Paul and Beth Cone

    (309) 642-1158

    conemaster@comcast.net

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What is a Life Group?

    A Life Group is a gathering of fewer than 20 people who get together regularly for friendships, to grow in faith and to make an impact on their communities. A trained leader and host lead each group, and groups usually meet at the host's home. An average gathering lasts for an hour and a half.

  • How do I sign up for a Life Group?

    There are two ways to join:

    1. Contact the church office (309) 699-6768 and we will place you in a group. 

    2. Contact a group leader yourself from the list above.

  • How often do groups meet?

    Groups meet every week during spring and fall sessions (taking a break in the summer and winter).

  • WHAT DO WE STUDY?

    Discussions are based on the previous weekend's message. These "sermon-based" Life Groups are built on a lecture lab model. Imagine the weekend message as a lecture on Christian living, and the Life Group as a lab where you get to roll up your sleeves and discuss how the weekend's message works in real life. Each week there will be a series of Bible passages and questions on the back of the sermon note sheet to study before the meeting . It will usually take 20 to 40 minutes per week to complete the homework.

  • What about child care?

    We leave it up to each Life Group and family to work out their own child care. Sometimes it works best for families in the group to share a sitter on-site or at one member's home, while some members arrange childcare outside of their group.