LYF ConnectionAt LYF, we challenge  students to deepen their faith by taking the next step in their journey with Christ;   move from a large group setting to small groups.  In small group, students learn to live in community with their peers, study God’s word and learn to apply these truths, as well as become accountable to others in their faith walk.  

At both the Missouri City and Sugar Land Campus, we call the small group time LYF GROUPS.


LYF Groups begin Sunday evenings immediately following Sunday Night LYF worship.
Middle School students, divided by gender, meet upstairs with leaders who guide them through the RYO curriculum:  Love of Christ, Light of Christ, and Sharing Jesus with others.
High School students, also divided by gender, meet in downstairs in the auditorium.  They watch a video lesson taught by Chris Squire and then work through lessons in the Reach 4 Life New Testament.


Middle school students meet at the LYF center from 4:45 – 6:45 p.m. .  Mark McCutcheon,  Middle School Pastor, teaches prior to the students breaking up in grade and gender small groups.
Middle school LYF Groups

High school students meet in area homes from 5 – 7 p.m..  Groups discuss lessons in the Reach 4 Life New Testament.  Students meet according to  gender and grade.
High School LYF Groups

C2 Groups

High school campus groups  give students a weekly opportunity to meet at a home near their high school and build relationships with other students from their campus.  C2 (Campus Connection) groups spend time praying for lost friends, with the goal of bringing them to C2 and introducing them to Christ.

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