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Life Groups

At SeaCoast we believe that church is "doing life together." We have many life groups that meet during the week covering a variety of topics, ages and interests. These smaller groups allow us to connect with other believers, to pray for one another, and to know and be known by friends inside and outside of SeaCoast. Join a life group today!

Get Out of Your Head

Young Adults GROUP (18-30)
HOSTED BY Josh Waggoner

Are your thoughts holding you captive? Jennie Allen knows what it’s like to swirl in a spiral of destructive thoughts, such as I’ll never be good enough. Other people have better lives than I do. God couldn’t really love me. But Jennie also knows we don’t have to stay stuck in toxic thinking patterns. As she discovered, God built a way for us to escape that downward spiral. Freedom comes when we refuse to be victims to our thoughts and realize we have already been equipped with power from God to fight and win the war for our minds.
Join our young adults group in this six-session series as they walk through Jennie Allen's Get Out of Your Head.
Are you new? You can join the group at any point in the series — just drop into one of our Zoom meetings. To learn more, contact Josh:

Parables

Hosted by Jim and Faith Johnson

What does God think when he looks at us? We may think God is fed up with our failures and wants nothing to do with us. We may think he is disappointed in us or that he might love us more if we worked harder. But according to Jesus, God doesn’t think like that at all. The truth about God’s heart for sinners may surprise us and will certainly change our lives.
Join Jim and Faith Johnson in this five-session series as they walk through the Parable of the Prodigal Son, the Parable of the Builders, and the Parable of the Good Samaritan, with studies by David Marvin, Jonathan Evans and Jamin Roller.
Are you new? You can join the group at any point in the series — just drop into one of our Zoom meetings. To learn more, contact Jim and Faith:

Cold Case Christianity

Hosted by John Jones

Christianity is based on a claim about an event from the distant past for which there is little or no forensic evidence. Learning how to apply cold-case investigative skills allows us to examine the evidence and discover the truth. Detective J. Warner Wallace discusses controlling presuppositions, understanding the difference between “possible” and “reasonable,” and employing abductive reasoning.
Join John Jones in this eight-session series as he walks through J. Warner Wallace's Cold Case Christianity.
Are you new? You can join the group at any point in the series — just drop into one of our Zoom meetings. To learn more, contact John:

Cold Case Christianity

Hosted by Mike and Connie Carpenter

Christianity is based on a claim about an event from the distant past for which there is little or no forensic evidence. Learning how to apply cold-case investigative skills allows us to examine the evidence and discover the truth. Detective J. Warner Wallace discusses controlling presuppositions, understanding the difference between “possible” and “reasonable,” and employing abductive reasoning.
Join Mike and Connie Carpenter in this eight-session series as they walk through J. Warner Wallace's Cold Case Christianity.
Are you new? You can join the group at any point in the series — just drop into one of our Zoom meetings. To learn more, contact Mike and Connie: