FAQ

WE’RE EXCITED THAT YOU’RE INTERESTED IN JOINING A SMALL GROUP FOR LOVE COMES TO TOWN!

Below, you’ll find answers to some frequently asked questions people have about joining a Small Group. Thanks again for your interest and we look forward to going on an ALL CHURCH JOURNEY with you for Love Comes To Town!

It’s a small group of people in a similar area of town or stage of life who meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth together. Groups at Liquid have 3 main ingredients that we call the ABCs:

Apply The Bible – We take what we learn on Sundays and and apply it to our daily lives!
Bear Burdens – We give and receive loving care and prayer for the trials of life.
Chance To Serve – We put our faith into action – joining arms to serve our neighbors-in-need.

Whether you’re brand-new to Liquid or you’ve been coming for years, a Group is a great next step for anyone who wants to grow in relationship with God and others through healthy, meaningful relationships.

Yes! Groups are a great place to grow spiritually through relationships. They are safe places for you to ask the kinds of questions you may have about God and the church!

During our Love Comes To Town series, all our Groups will participate in a special study for 6 weeks. Group members will receive a Love Comes To Town workbook to participate. In a culture that feels increasingly hostile & heartless, love can seem like luxury. But, according to Jesus, it’s the whole point of life!

During Love Comes To Town, for 40 days our entire church will learn to practice love in our relationships with God, our families, and neighbors – even the hard to love ones! Prepare to be inspired, stretched and moved into action as Love Comes To Town!

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While each Group is unique, generally all Groups have some social time with snacks and conversation up front, followed by a time of study and prayer. Each meeting will last approximately 90 minutes.

During our 6-week Love Comes To Town series, all our Groups will be meeting weekly at a regular day and time.

Groups meet in people’s homes or in public places like a Campus location, Starbucks, Panera, Barnes & Noble, etc.

Each individual Group is responsible for deciding how to handle childcare needs. Some options are:

Have parents arrange for sitters on their own and attend the Group without children.
Chip in together for a sitter who watches the kids in a different room while your Group meets.
Group members take turns watching the kids each week.

Liquid Church is one of New Jersey’s fastest-growing Christian churches. Officially launched in 2007 by Lead Pastor Tim Lucas, the church’s vision and mission is to “Saturate the State with the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” with campuses in Essex, Middlesex, Morris, Somerset, and Union Counties. Each week, more than 3,500 people experience Liquid Church’s worship services in New Jersey and around the globe through Church Online. As part of its global outreach, Liquid provides clean drinking water to the poorest of the poor, with dozens of completed wells in several countries including El Salvador and Nicaragua – and most recently, Rwanda! Liquid Church’s innovative approaches to outreach and ministry have been spotlighted by CNN and The New York Times. www.LiquidChurch.com.