Groups meet throughout the week at our church and in homes.  Questions or interested in a group?  Please contact Robin Brouwer at rbrouwer@lbcrc.org.

Tuesday Evenings:
Senior Fellowship: 

September - June. If you are 60 or older and interested in good fellowship and good food, join us on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, usually at 6:00 p.m. at Mimi's in 4404 Candlewood, Lakewood.  

Wednesday Mornings: 
Ladies Coffee Break:

John: The Way to True Life: We all long for a full, rich, satisfying life—but how do we fill up the empty places in our souls? How can we quench our thirst for something deeper, more lasting, more meaningful? This study guide on John urges you to take a fresh look at Jesus. Here is the opportunity to establish—or renew—your faith in the One who offers true meaning, true belonging and true life.

Wednesday Evenings, September - May:
Ladies Group:

The Power of God’s Names: In Old Testament times a name was more than simply nomenclature. It was, rather, a replica and revelation of the individual or thing itself. Because of God's depth of character, He has a variety of names to reflect His different capacities of relating to humanity. This study will help you get to know 11 of the names of God because it is in knowing His character and His capacity that you will rest and discover both peace and power in His covenant care. Meets in Room 5; led by Amanda Brouwer and Laurie Hungerford.

Men's Group:  

Bible Reading and Discussion: The Gospel of Mark. Meets at The House; led by John Seel, Ron Sato, and Chris Fleming.

The Long Beach Choir:

The Long Beach Choir meets for rehearsals in the church sanctuary each Wednesday from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m, September - May. It's a community of people that love to sing and have fun doing just that.  The choir leads the 10:40 a.m. Sunday worship service during the months of October - May.  Director Kay Van Weerthuizen.

Saturday Mornings:
Men’s Fellowship:

The Gospel of Mark: All men 18 and older, join us for a time of study, discussion, prayer, and fellowship. In Mark’s account of the life, death, and resurrection of Christ, we see him fulfilling in himself the Old Testament hopes for a coming king, the Messiah, yet we also see the ways in which Jesus confounds public expectations of what this king will do: he will suffer. Mark’s Gospel also gives us a vivid portrayal of what authentic discipleship looks like for those who follow a rejected king. Meets at The House; led by Ken Grasmeyer.

Meets September - May, at the House, 7:30 am - 8:30 am
 
Weekends:
In-Home Groups:

If you are interested in being part of an in-home group or have questions, please contact Robin Brouwer.