Due to the Covid-19 virus, Sunday Morning Gatherings at W.T. Lewis have been suspended until further notice!  In an effort to keep our church family connected during this season of social distancing, we are currently building some new platforms to help with communication.  We have just launched a new texting platform that will allow us to get information out to you quickly.  Please text the keyword "Lifewater" to 484848 to enroll your phone.  This will help us to stay on the same page during these very confusing times.  We will only send out critical updates through this platform for now.

 

Another way to stay connected is through our Facebook page.  We will try to update it on regular basis, so please check back often for the latest information. 

https://www.facebook.com/lifewaterchurch

 

We are also working on a platform where we can share opportunities for you to serve during this time.  More information coming soon!

 

For now... please keep your eyes on Jesus and know that He has promised to be with us no matter what is happening in the world around us.  He is our only hope:)

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DNA Groups

DNA Groups

GROW: DNA Groups are groups of 3-4 people that study the word together, pray together, and help each other live out their identity as a disciple of Jesus.

DNA groups are similar to what people think of when they say "small group" or "community group," but the emphasis is responding to the scriptures they are studying, rather than just learning more information. For the sake of camaraderie and commonality, DNA groups are typically gender specific; men meeting with men, and women meeting with women. DNA is an acronym that reminds us of three key components of discipleship:

Discover the truths of the Gospel in Scripture.

Nurture these truths into our hearts, leading to repentance and faith in the Gospel.

Act in faith to obey what Jesus calls us to do and share with others what he is doing in our lives.

We recommend joining a missional community first, as it is a natural progression to meet people you connect with that you might start a DNA group with. For more information about DNA groups, contact your Missional Community Group leader.