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How do I register?

Scroll down to register for the group of your choice.

If you’d like help with registration, see one of our helpful Guest Services personnel during Saturday worship.

How do I join a Faith Group?

Registration is required, and space is limited. Choose ONLY ONE group and sign up early to claim your spot!

Who should join a Faith Group?

Adults and youth ages 12 and older should participate in a Faith Group.

(Living Faith is not able to organize childcare for each Faith Group. If you need assistance with childcare arrangements in order to participate, talk to your Faith Group facilitator for suggestions.)

Why should I join a Faith Group?

Of the many reasons, here are a few: connecting and serving with fellow disciples; growing together; impacting our city; and having fun!

When do Faith Groups begin and end?

The Fall 2022 Faith Groups will run from October 17th – December 16th.

What are Faith Groups?

Faith Groups are an opportunity to discuss, share, and discover a topic of interest.

For 10-12 weeks, 12-20 people meet once a week for roughly 75 minutes. During the quarter, the group also selects and plans one service project and one social activity that they will enjoy together.

At the end of the quarter, Faith Groups are completed and members have the opportunity to join a new group the next quarter.

FG1: Acts 2:38 (Tuesdays)

When: Tuesdays @ 6:30 pm

Where: Living Faith

Facilitator: Travis Miller


A Pentecostal scholar & a denominal pastor meet on an airplane. This isn’t the setup for a religious joke, but the beginning of a conversation regarding the essentiality of receiving the Holy Spirit. While the book is written by the scholar, Rev. David Norris, it is not a textbook chock full of proof texts & reasoning. Rather, it is a collection of reflective stories from the author’s lifetime Pentecostal experience. In the author’s words,
“Unfortunately, when I talk, my mind takes mental journeys. Fortunately, such excursions help me to recall important facts. Unfortunately, this illumination comes in cryptic snapshots. Fortunately, I can make sense of these to a reader through a longer narrative. Hence—this book is full of stories.”
I was first impacted by David Norris’s teaching ministry in 1984. Over the years his spoken & written words have inspired me again & again. In this work, Acts 2:38, I believe we’ve received the teacher’s very best work. I hope you’ll join us as we explore the journeys of various people as they encounter Pentecost.
A hard copy of the book will be provided. You can also purchase a digital version here.

FG2: Acts 2:38 (Wednesdays)

When: Wednesdays @ 6:30 pm

Where: Living Faith

Facilitator: Nick Jacobsen


A Pentecostal scholar & a denominal pastor meet on an airplane. This isn’t the setup for a religious joke, but the beginning of a conversation regarding the essentiality of receiving the Holy Spirit. While the book is written by the scholar, Rev. David Norris, it is not a textbook chock full of proof texts & reasoning. Rather, it is a collection of reflective stories from the author’s lifetime Pentecostal experience. In the author’s words,
“Unfortunately, when I talk, my mind takes mental journeys. Fortunately, such excursions help me to recall important facts. Unfortunately, this illumination comes in cryptic snapshots. Fortunately, I can make sense of these to a reader through a longer narrative. Hence—this book is full of stories.”
I was first impacted by David Norris’s teaching ministry in 1984. Over the years his spoken & written words have inspired me again & again. In this work, Acts 2:38, I believe we’ve received the teacher’s very best work. I hope you’ll join us as we explore the journeys of various people as they encounter Pentecost.
A hard copy of the book will be provided. You can also purchase a digital version here.