WCC Life Groups

This is the vision for the Life Groups:

We are not starting something new.  We have a mandate from the Lord to reach new believers and encourage believers to reach their full potential in the kingdom of God

At Wythenshawe Community Church we want to be a hospitable community connecting the disconnected. 

We want to be a community that makes room for others in our lives. This means to meet together to encourage one another. We want to see ourselves and others connected and growing in love for God and the people here in Wythenshawe. 

The way we have chosen to do this is through Life Groups. These groups are a way of connecting and serving together. Through the Life Groups we want to cultivate relationships with each other. 

We eventuality want to start four new churches in Wythenshawe utilising our life groups. 

Here at Wythenshawe Community Church we want to build a culture where we can work as a team to make a difference in people’s lives.

Life groups are spiritually connected to the leadership in the Body of Christ and are not independent, but part of a local church. Our aim is to keep the number of people to between 6 and 10 and that’s mainly for comfort and seating arrangements. 

 If you are not part of a life Group and you would like to join:

As Christians, we have real hope in Jesus that we have been called to share with others. But how we share that hope makes a difference. In a world that rejects everything we believe, we face a dilemma: how do we walk closely with God without caving in to pressure or alienating those we want to reach? 

In this six-session video Bible study, Chris Hodges looks at the lives of both Daniel and Jesus, showing how we can stand for our biblical beliefs without being hostile or insulting to others. We can stand up for God's truth in a morally corrupt culture–while still loving others–because the goal is never about winning the argument but about winning hearts. As Jesus demonstrated, when we connect with others before we correct them, we can handle the hard questions without compromising God's grace or truth. 

Chris offers fresh insights and practical ideas to encourage Christians struggling with their cultural reality to hold God's standards high and to keep his grace deep–just as Jesus did, and just as his followers today are called to do. 

The Daniel Dilemma Study Guide includes video discussion questions, Bible exploration, and personal study and reflection materials for in-between sessions. 

Sessions include:

  1. In the World but Not of It

  2. Identity Theft

  3. You Are What You Worship

  4. Who's the Boss?

  5. Divided, Distracted, and Disturbed

  6. What the World Needs Now

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Tuesday’s

Rev. Paul 

This life group is held at a house in Benchill. They life group runs from 7:30 - 9:00 pm. Reverend Paul and sister Elizabeth are the Life Group leaders.

Address: Cedars Road, M22 9SZ

 

Akin and Evelyn

This life group is held at a house in Woodhouse Park. The life group runs from 7:30 - 9:00 pm every Tuesday. Brother Akin and sister Evelyn are the Life Group leaders.

 

Wednesday's

Shaila and Mils

This life group is held at a house in Northen Moor. The life group runs from 7:30 - 9:00 pm every Wednesday's. Sister Shaila and Mils are the Life Group leaders.

The address: Lawton Moor Road, M23 0PY

 

Thursday’s

Patrick & Jonny

This life group is held at a house in Woodhouse Park. The life group runs from 7:00 - 8:30 pm every Thursday. Brother Patrick and Jonny are the Life Group leaders.

The Address: Robinswood Road, M22 0BU

 

Stephanie

This life group is held at a house in Benchill. The life group runs from 7:30 - 9:00 pm every Thursday. Sister Stephanie is the Life Group leaders.

The address: Broadoak Rd, M22 9PL

 

Rachel & Belinda

This life group is held at a house in Benchill. This a life group for the youth that runs from 7:30 - 9:00 pm every Thursday. Rachel & Belinda are the Life Group leaders.

The address: Broadoak Road, M22 8EP