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Life Connect Groups

At New Life At Calvary, we believe the key to a healthy spiritual life for a believer is to to belong to a small group which studies the Word of God together, prays for each other, and cares for the needs of each other. Life-sharinng provides an opportunity for spiritual growth to take place in a nourishing community. Most of our classes are taught by our Lay Pastors, but others are taught by leaders in the church.

What Are Life Connect Groups?

Life Connect Groups: The Life Connect  Groups range in size from 6 to about 17 people. They provide an opportunity to build friendships with others while studying the word of God together.  Some Life Connect Groups meet at the church, and others meet in homes. Sometimes videos are used in the class and can be watched on your computer, smart phone, or smart tv on the internet through Right Now Media. All participants will be given a free Right Now Media Account.  Life Connect  Groups meet at various times and in various locations.  Our goal is to reproduce our groups, so if you would like to have a group meet in your home, we can send a lay pastor to guide you for six weeks, and then allow you to continue to lead the group in the future.   Each six week study will consist of various topics depending on the time and location. There is a two week break in between series. Some adjustments are made for holiday schedules.. A person does not have to attend our church to be a part of a Life Connect Group.  You may join a group in  the middle of a session if you like. 

 March and April Topics: When  & Where Do They Meet
Life-Connect Groups Begin March 2, 2020
Stress   Wed. 7:30pm (NLAC Campus)
Thriving In Babybylon With Larry Osborne Mon. 6pm  (Glenville)
The Book Of 1 Peter  Wed. 7:30pm (NLAC Campus)
The Book Of Esther . 7:30 (NLAC Campus)
Evangelism: A Way Of Life Wed 7:30pm (Oakwood Village)

The Book Of Esther Led by Sylvia Fields 

"Just Do It" has been a successful and popular slogan the past few years for the athletic company Nike. It refers to getting in shape and participating in athletics no matter what the physical or mental strain. But the slogan brings something else to my mind after spending time in the book of Esther: it reminds me to just do it—just do the right thing no matter what the consequences.

In the book of Esther we see the lives of several characters played out. There are those people who are selfish and prideful, seeking only personal recognition, and there are those who risk everything for others and choose integrity in the face of great opposition. Esther is a book about developing godly character. In the midst of a culture which does not emphasize doing what is right, this book speaks to us in profound ways.


Wednesdays 7:30pm NLAC Campus 2020 E. 79th Street At Euclid Avenue , Cleveland, OH 44108

Thriving In Babylon With Larry Osborne  led by Marvin Rogers.

These are confusing times for many Christians. Traditional biblical values are not only rejected; it seems as if they're attacked on every front. It's all happened at warp speed, leaving many of us spiritually and culturally disoriented or even fearful, frustrated, and angry. How can we spiritually survive in an increasingly spiritually hostile environment? And is there any hope for the next generation?

In this 5-session series, Larry Osborne introduces us to a man forced to live in a fast-changing and godless society. This man faced fears about the future, concern for his safety, and the discouragement of a world that seemed to be falling apart at warp speed. That man was Daniel, and with the power of hope, humility, and wisdom, he not only survived, but thrived. 

Each session also includes real-life stories of people struggling to thrive in an ever-increasing godless society. Though Daniel lived thousands of years ago, he has much to teach us today.

(Monday 6pm 669 E. 99th Street Cleveland, OH 44108.)

The Stress  Led By Latanya Deane

Family conflict, disagreements with friends, pressure on the job, health problems, and overdue bills—stress fills every corner of life. Though we may be able to reduce the amount we are facing, we can never completely eliminate stress from our lives. But where can we find help for dealing with the stress we face? The most reliable source is God. The Bible uses such words as trials, suffering, troubles, conflict, and pressure to describe stress. This lesson will help you understand the biblical perspective on stress. You will learn that God uses stress to strengthen your character and to demonstrate his power by helping you handle the pressure.

Wednesdays 7:30pm NLAC Campus 2020 E. 79th Street At Euclid Avenue , Cleveland, OH 44108


1 Peter  Led By Pastor Rick Gillespie-Mobley

First Peter was written to Christians who were experiencing various forms of persecution, men and women whose stand for Jesus Christ made them aliens and strangers in the midst of a pagan society. Peter exhorted these Christians to steadfast endurance and exemplary behavior. The warmth of his expressions combined with his practical instructions make this epistle a unique source of encouragement for all believers who live in conflict with their culture.

Wednesdays 7:30pm NLAC Campus 2020 E. 79th Street At Euclid Avenue , Cleveland, OH 44108

Evangelism: A Way Of Life:  Discover how to allow Evangelism to flow easily as a regular part of your daily life.  You will learn ways to become more comfortable in sharing your faith with others. Led By Gerald Nevins and LaVerne Nevins

(Wednesday 7:30pm 6296 Richmond Road Oakwood Village, OH 44146)