Life Groups will soon be on break for the summer and will resume in September.
Life Group leaders, click here for resources for leaders.
How can I get involved in a Life Group?
There are two main ways to join a Life Group: Starting Point and online sign-ups.
- Starting Point
Starting Point is the primary on-ramp to life at Blackhawk. It’s a three-week class that provides information about Blackhawk as well as ways to get connected in a group and involved in serving. Starting Point is the primary way for people to get involved in a new Life Group, as we form brand new Life Groups directly from the class. If you have never been in a Life Group before, we strongly encourage you to attend Starting Point before getting into a group. Find more information and register for Starting Point here.
- Online Sign-ups
Starting Point is our primary way of connecting people into groups. However, online sign-ups are available for existing groups. If you have been in a Life Group before or are unable to attend Starting Point, click here to search for a group online.
College-Age Life Groups
College-age groups will shortly be on break for summer and will resume again in the fall. College-age Life Group sign-ups will be open in September. Until then, please feel free to come to the weekly CAM large group meetings on Tuesday nights at 8 pm at the Regent. Find more info about those meetings here.
What is a Life Group?
No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we think it’s important to travel with others. That’s why we have Life Groups.
- Life Groups are groups of 8-16 people that meet in homes around Madison and the surrounding communities during the school year (September-May).
- We offer a fall, winter and spring season, each about ten weeks.
See the 2012-13 Life Groups calendar.
For college-age groups, see the CAM Life Groups calendar.
- Most groups discuss the week’s message, but some groups study a book of the Bible or another curriculum.
Our dream is that group members will connect to each other, learn from the Bible and serve the community in which they live. That’s what Life Groups are really all about.
Ever thought about being a Life Group leader?
The first step is to fill out the application and meet with Carmen Boyd, Director of Life Groups. She’d love to give you more information about leading a Life Group.