At Brooklife, we believe that life is better connected, and groups are the best way to grow in our faith. We have different group options to explore!

Life Groups

Are you ready to grow spiritually and develop new relationships? Life Groups are a great next step! Healthy relationships are one way God helps us grow in our faith. Life Groups meet approximately three times a month for a year to study God’s word, encourage and challenge each other, pray together, and have fun! Get ready to get out of your row and into a group. Life Groups start each fall and spring. If you are interested, click the link below, and we will contact you.
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Short-Term Groups

Not ready to make a commitment to a Life Group but want to go beyond the Sunday service? Short-Term Groups offer the opportunity to explore a topic with a group so you can grow together in life-changing ways. Short-Term Groups meet at Brooklife for 6-8 weeks to go deeper into one topic, i.e., marriage, finances, parenting, life changes, etc. and to help you build new relationships. Check out the current option below.

A Grown-ups Guide to Kids’ Wiring
Every adult occasionally wishes they could fix something about a child. If only he could sit still for five minutes! Why does she wait till the last minute to do everything?! He just can’t seem to lighten up. Why is everything always an argument? Sound familiar? A Grown-Up’s Guide to Kids’ Wiring by communication expert Kathleen Edelman will explain why a child behaves the way they do . . . and (more importantly) what you can do about it. Join us for 6 weeks starting November 3 for camaraderie, support, and a few laughs as you dig into the book with a group of fellow parents. Whether your child is a toddler, teen, or somewhere in between and whether you are a parent or work with children, this book will change the way you see and speak to children—for good.
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Specialty Groups

Looking for a group that you can join throughout the year that focuses on a specific demographic? These groups meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships in view of their unique needs and circumstances. Check out their pages to learn more.

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