Connect. Grow. Thrive. Serve
Relentless Circle Life Groups exist to help God’s People pursue Him in a meaningful way through Biblical discussion, in a small group setting. As we gather together, we will connect with God’s word, grow in our faith, thrive in our relationships, and serve our communities… together.
Winter Season: January – April
Summer Season: June & July
Fall Season: September – December
This is a critical moment for our world. Will we return back to the way we previously lived: led by the urgent rather than the important, or will we opt for something more? Join us for a 4-week journey to clear the clutter, get back to the basics, and learn how to Abide in the presence of God. Summer Groups begin June 7th!
Start a Circle
Help others move forward in purpose through hosting a circle.
Join a Circle
Browse our group finder for this season’s group options. Filter by category or campus to find your circle!
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Text “Circle” to 864-409-7633 to find your Circle Group
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Circle Groups meet on a weekly basis during seasons. Our next season begins Winter 2019. During the “off season” Circle Groups stay connected through Meetups. Join our text list for Relentless Circle updates!
Circle members discuss questions based on the previous Sunday’s message. Guides are provided weekly.
We meet in a variety of locations such as homes, cafes, public libraries, restaurants etc.
Circles are open to everyone and membership is not a requirement! Most times, people feel more comfortable connecting in a Lifegroup setting before making a church commitment. Regardless of where you are on your journey, we want to do life with you!
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WHO WE ARE
We are committed to personal growth and the growth of others. We are consistent with our lifestyle both inside and outside of church walls. We lead by example and behave in a way that represents our Kingdom, church family, and ourselves as well. We honor the vision of Relentless Church and will maintain group alignment with the vision of the house.
Host a group by category
Host your own group by Women, Men, Co-Ed, Young Adults, Webcam, or Special Interest.
We are not perfect, but we are passionate about helping God’s people grow!
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
starting your circle
Step 1: Apply
Complete the Relentless Circle Application (Required for Leaders & Co-Leaders).
Step 2: Train
Once your group is approved, attend leader training and gain tools to lead with confidence.
Step 3: Information
Give us your group details and get ready for a great season!
Intro: We Need a Reset
Busy schedules that are too much to handle, relationships relegated to text messages due to our overcommitment, social ladder-climbing as we trying to “get ahead,” unhealthy lifestyles, unhealthy marriages, unhealthy views of self-worth – these are a few things that characterized the world, and many of our lifestyles, a few short months ago.
Week 1: The Call to Abide
Have you ever said, “why is this happening to me?” Perhaps you thought that bychecking the “right” boxes that life would be easier. If only you could get the degree,have the family, land the promotion at work, that life would be a breeze. But that isn’t theway it works. Bad things happen to good people every day. While we will not dive deepinto human suffering as it relates to our sin nature, one thing is for sure: We are prunedif we do (get it right) and pruned if we don’t. So, there is no point in trying, right? WRONG
Week 2: Let The Pruning Begin
When times get tough, we see how much faith we truly have. If we were truly honest, most of us don’t want our faith tested. It’s too uncomfortable. Like a muscle, our faith must be tugged, pulled, and stretched, to get stronger.
Week 3: The Joy of Obedience
Obedience isn’t a glamorous word. It just isn’t. Society sees status and influence as characteristics of greatness, not a person’s obedience. While it may not be glamorous in today’s culture, obedience is imperative in God’s Kingdom.