Life Happens in Small Groups
Join a Group – In-Person or Online
Life Groups are the beating heart of V61. It is here that we learn to live out our faith in community by spending time in God’s presence, serving each other, and encouraging one another in the Way of Jesus. After this past season of challenge & isolation, we’re so excited to be able to meet together again. Life groups are also a great way to make friends and have loads of fun too!
Our Life Groups meet weekly across SW London, and are capped at 10-12 people. We also host online groups too. Whether you are brand new to the church, or you have been here since day one, we would love for you to sign up to one of our great Life Groups below!
As part of creating space for discipleship and prayer huddles, as well a more sustainable church rhythm, all our groups take a pause once a month.
2021 TERM DATES & DETAILS
Life Groups will begin w/b Monday 20th September. You can join a group at any point over the term. To find out more about what each group will be studying, please see the group descriptions.
WHY CAN I SIGN UP FOR SOME GROUPS AND NOT OTHERS?
If a group has spaces then the sign up button will allow you to join. If it says ‘closed’, this means that the group is full. We would encourage you to sign up to a different group with space.
I’M NOT A MEMBER OF V61, IS IT OKAY TO JOIN A GROUP?
All of our Life Groups are aimed at building community within our church family. By joining a group you will be joining the community here at the church. Our social groups and Alpha groups are open to bringing along your friends – more details in their description or just speak to the group leaders.
THE GROUP I’M IN ISN’T FOR ME, CAN I JOIN ANOTHER?
Yes, there is no pressure to remain in a group you are already part of. You are free to sign up to any group you would like.
CAN I ATTEND MORE THAN ONE GROUP?
Yes, you can sign up to as many Life Groups as you would like, but please be aware of others who may want to join – especially if there are not many remaining spaces in that group. You may also find it better to be fully committed to one Life Group, than half committed to two or three groups.