There are many wonderful opportunities for spiritual enrichment and education here at Cabot United Methodist Church.  Below, you will find the list of LifeGroup studies being offered and a brief description of each.

Only a few LifeGroups are taking place in person at this time due to Covid-19.

They are noted in red below the class description. 

Sunday Morning LifeGroups

From coffee shops to classrooms, from living rooms to local hang outs, LifeGroups foster relationships beyond a typical Bible study class. In addition to studying the word of God, our groups promote friendship, love, compassion and support through crisis and celebration, making us a true faith family and strengthening our faith in God through our love for one another.  Most of our Sunday morning LifeGroups meet at 10:00 a.m.; the exceptions, which are indicated with an asterisk*, meet at
9:30 a.m. There are a variety of groups, ages, and marital status options – all are a beautiful representation of the Body of Christ. The study material or topics are as diverse as the people.  
You’ll just have to try some out to see what fits!



This group is made up of people in their mid-twenties and up. It is geared towards young adults recently out of college who are starting careers, young people just starting their families, and singles or couples wanting to study God’s Word and do life together. Meets in Rm. E103.


The Disciple Life Group is a diverse group of adults who enjoy discussion-oriented lessons that include lots of laughter.  The typical age range is 30 and over, but visitors and new members are always welcome to this class! Meets in Rm. E105.


“Baby Boomer” couples and singles (give or take a few years) study the Bible as well as current book selections on Sundays at 9:30am in this eclectic group of Christians with genuine concern for others.  The group places a strong emphasis on service and missions and regularly get together for fellowship outside of class. Currently meeting in the Sanctuary from 9:30-10:15AM.


This is a very motivated and energetic group that does a variety of Bible and book studies. This class, with an average age of 30-50, is involved in a number of ongoing mission projects and often gets together outside of class for fellowship and fun. Meets in Rm. E102.



This discussion-oriented class, made up of varying ages, covers a  wide range of studies from books of the Bible to Biblical concepts.  Come ready to ask questions! Meeting in Rm. E107 at 9:50AM.


A diverse group of families and couples primarily 30, 40 and 50 years old focusing on studying their faith.  As a group, Journey spends time together socializing outside of the church as well as volunteering for church activities.
Meeting in Rm. E110.



Young families, newlyweds and singles ranging in age from mid 20’s to 40’s gather for Bible-based discussion as well as topics and readings of personal interest.  A constantly growing class, Crossroads regularly meets outside of the classroom to promote fellowship and have fun together! Meeting in Rm. E120.



An eclectic and contemporary class of older adults studying Biblical teachings relevant to diversity in a changing world.  Lively discussion usually occurs! Meets in the Library.


This group of believers is actively seeking the Holy Spirit’s guidance in their lives. We are engaged in Bible study, missions, Christian fellowship, and joyful living! We use the sermon study guide as a springboard to dig deeper into scripture. Considering the age span (50ish-pushing 70ish) and diverse backgrounds, conversations are always lively and insightful! Spirit Seekers strives to provide each other with support and accountability.


This class is made up of singles, widows and married couples ranging in age from mid 60’s to 90.  Great teaching and fellowship on Sundays at 9:30am make this class so strong. A mixture of personalities ensures good discussion. Meets in Rm. M115.


This group of adults with an average age of 40 is made up of singles and couples who are committed to serving and supporting the needs of each other, the church, and the community.  Bible study topics that relate to daily life struggles change each week, so members and visitors can feel comfortable dropping in without fear of being behind.  If you are looking for a life group, we welcome you to join us on as we seek to go…The Second Mile. Meets in Rm. E106.
This class is a family-oriented group made up of 30 and 40 somethings. Our mission is to show each other grace and support through the study of God’s word. We meet often outside of class for family, fun, and fellowship. Meets in Rm. E109.


A group of couples and singles of all ages come together to discover, grow, and strengthen their faith and relationships with others and with Christ through various studies. Meets in Rm. E119.
For more information on our youth and children’s Sunday School programs, please visit our YOUTH MINISTRIES and CHILDREN’S MINISTRIES pages.