How to start your cgroup

  • Attend Liv It Church for a minimum of 6 months

  • Ask God for direction about what group to lead and who to invite.

  • Once you decide on a topic or activity for your group, choose a place and time to meet.

  • Attend cGroup training where you’ll learn everything you need to host your cGroup.
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  • After being approved by our pastoral staff to lead your cGroup, invite people you know or meet to come check out your group.

  • Pray for God to do great things through your cGroup.

The importance of prayer

Prayer is the foundation of our church, and it is important for your cGroup.

If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

2 Chronicles 7:14

How to pray for your group

  • Pray for any requests group members share.

  • Ask for the presence of the Holy Spirit in your group.

  • Pray that God will reveal Himself to each participant personally.

  • Pray for an authentic community to develop.

  • Pray for wisdom and strength to lead your group well.

Preparing for your group meetings

  • Send a message to group participants reminding them about the first meeting.

  • Arrive early to set up a welcoming environment.

  • Consider using nametags to help everyone learn names for the first few weeks.

  • Consider having snacks.


Be sure you know the condition of your flocks, give careful attention to your hearts. Proverbs 27:23

People in your group will be at different places in their spiritual lives and each person will have different next steps to take. Here is a guide of some next steps you can help people take:

  • Start attending Weekend Services

  • Start reading the Bible regularly

  • Start praying regularly

  • Be water baptized

  • Attend Life Track

  • Join the Dream Team

  • Lead a Small Group

  • Attend First Wednesday Services

  • Start tithing

  • Invite a friend or neighbor to church or a cGroup