Important dates for life group leaders, arranged by month.
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How to Become a Life Group Leader.
Are you considering becoming the leader of a new life group? Here are the steps you need to take:
- 1. Currently be an active participant in an OPC life group.
- 2. Let your current leader know about your interest in facilitating a group. You may be able to apprentice for a while.
- 3. Read, sign and bring the Life
Group Leader Principles document to the life groups kiosk on Saturday evening or Sunday morning.
- 4. Complete the Life Group Application,
and email it to Gail Paulus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 5. Complete the Leadership Essentials Class. Register online
for the next class.
- 6. "Birth" out from your current group, or start a brand new one.
If you'd like to talk to someone about your interest in becoming a leader, or if you have additional questions,
feel free to contact Gail Paulus, our life groups assistant, at email@example.com or 248.912.0043 x327.
She'd love to talk with you!
Your Life Group Directory Listing.
Is your group in the Life Group Directory?
Make sure your location, study topic, meeting times and other info is correct. If you need to update your group listing, you can...
- update your listing online.
this form, complete it and email back to Gail at
- stop by the
life group kiosk on a weekend.
Is your group in the
Life Group Directory?
Make sure your location, study topic, meeting times and other information are correct. If you needto update your group listing,
you can do it now by clicking here.
Ordering Your Books, Workbooks and More...
Leaders are expected to acquire workbooks for their group. Most material can be purchased through Lifeway.com,
Amazon.com or Christianbook.com. Because OPC is an affiliate of Amazon.com and Christian Book Distributors, you can use
the links on our website to purchase your group or personal materials, and you'll be helping us add to our life group library in the process!
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Resources for Life Group Leaders.
Life group leaders help to shepherd the church and facilitate a forum where real spiritual
growth can occur. Listed below are some resources to make your group more effective.