Radiant Groups



Are you ready to dig into God’s Word and create some lasting friendships? If so, a LifeGroup is just for you. Each group consists of approximately 6 to 20 people who get together on a regular basis in homes or other places in the community with the purpose of “doing life together”. LifeGroups are one of the ways we make this big church more personal. There’s a group for every stage of life. So if you’re ready to meet some new people, have some fun and grow deeper in your faith, see below to find a group just right for you.

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Have you ever wondered how God views some of the relevant topics in the world today? GrowthGroups are on campus study groups specifically designed to meet the needs of our church and community. We have men’s and women’s groups as well as study groups that tackle the tough topics such as money, marriage, and addiction. See below the current and upcoming GrowthGroups being offered at Radiant.

On Campus Studies


Would you like to be a part of a team that uses its gifts and skills to help make a difference in our community? ServeGroups meet in various places during the week to be the hands and feet of Jesus. ServeGroups empower you to leverage your personal strengths, and equip you to live out your faith in a practical way. See below for our ServeGroup opportunities.

What do you like to do for fun? Whether it’s hiking, golfing, Harley riding, sports, cars or extreme couponing we have something for you! Radiant SocialGroups are an exciting way for you to connect with others that share in similar interests or life stages. See below to find a SocialGroup that fits you.

For more info contact us at groups@radiantchurch.com

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Group Resources

Group Resources

Welcome to Radiant Groups Leader Resources! Check in here for important information for our Radiant Group leaders. If you are interested in being a Radiant Group host please email us at groups@radiantchurch.com.

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