Find Your People
Part of our mission at LKN Baptist is to help people get connected. We believe life is best lived in community. There are three groups where you can find connection.
These groups are committed to practices of learning and sharing. We discuss scripture, help one another practice the life of Jesus, and provide mutual care and support.
These groups are made up of 3-5 friends that commit to help one another develop a “Rule of Life” around spiritual practices.
For more information, Contact Taylor.
These are groups that are connected by various affinities and meet at various times. See a few options below.
- MOPS – Mothers of Preschoolers, they meet on the 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month during the schoolyear. It is led by Mary Lindsay Rowell.
- Body & Soul – Women’s fitness class, they meet weekly on Monday mornings, Tuesday nights, and Friday mornings. It is led by Julie Rapp.
- Better Together – Women of all ages that meet at various times. It is led by Lori Williamson
- Women’s Tuesday Morning Bible Study – Women of all ages that meet for community as well as biblical and topical studies. It is led by Sharon Rhoads, Melissa Clark, Sherry Hoppe, and Lori Williamson.
- NextGen Sunday Lunch Group – College-aged and twenty-somethings that get together for lunch after the 10:30am service. It is led by Taylor Terzek.
Join A Group!
Groups are a vital part of the Christian life. We need one another to become more like Jesus. Find a group that helps you in your spiritual journey!
We believe each community group should emphasize both learning (teachings and trainings) and sharing (discussion, mutual care, and prayer). Our Sunday AM community groups lean heavier into the learning aspect of groups. They feel more like a classroom setting and incorporate a curriculum that dives deep into scripture. If you have children, it is also a great opportunity to engage in a group while they are cared for by our Kids or Student Ministry.
We believe each community group should emphasize both learning (teachings and trainings) and sharing (discussion, mutual care, and prayer). Our Neighborhood community groups lean heavier into the sharing aspect of groups. They meet off-campus, often incorporate food, and more so focus on discussion questions.