At Definition, we believe that leading a group is not only about organizing gatherings, but about making a difference in people's lives. As a group leader, you have the opportunity to walk alongside others, offering support, guidance, and encouragement on their spiritual journey. By fostering an environment of love, acceptance, and growth, you play a vital role in helping individuals become more like Jesus and experience transformation in their lives.
A group leader is simply someone who facilitates a group.
Group leaders help lead our church community to become like Jesus, primarily by helping people to connect in an authentic way and by sharing and showing their own faith journey.
Group leaders organize and direct their group’s meetings, manage their group’s activity in our database, and connect with other leadership to stay healthy and growing as a leader.
All group leaders are provided with content each week to help spark conversation and pursue Jesus together, so that they can focus more on connecting with and caring for the members of their group. Every leader is also connected to a group coach, who invests regularly in a group of leaders to make sure they are seen, known, supported and challenged.
To lead a Freedom Care Group, you’ll need to participate in a Freedom group and conference first. Once you have completed Freedom as a participant, you can register to lead a Freedom Care Group on your own.
Leading any other type of Care Group involves an application, evaluation, and interview process, which you can learn more about at a group leader training session.
If you’ve got question about leading a group and registering to lead, we’d love to help!