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Life Groups meet from 6:00-7:00p all across the campus of FBCO.


Registering for a Life Group requires commitment and consistency as our purpose is to grow in community, grow in the Word, and hold each other accountable. Life Groups are where disciples become disciple-makers, so joining a group means devoting yourself to a team that exists to push you towards Christ and His mission in the world (Matthew 28:18-20). 

SEPTEMBER // Sept 10 | Sept 17 | Sept 24

OCTOBER // Oct 1 | Oct 8 | Oct 22

NOVEMBER // Nov 5 | Nov 12 | Nov 26

DECEMBER // Dec 3 (Final Life Group of the fall!)


We'll post the Spring Schedule at the end of this semester. 




If you would like to be added to a Life Group, please contact the Student Ministry staff


register at this link:



Life Groups are led by young

adults + college students who are plugged into FBCO.

Our leaders are vetted, have passed a Background Check, and go through an application process before becoming a Life Group leader. We are so grateful for the partnership we have with the College Ministry + Young Adult Ministry and the dozens of faithful leaders who invest in FBCO Students.

Interested in leading a Life Group?

Fill out the application here:

Fall 23 Schedule

Click the link below to download our Life Groups Fall 2023 Schedule

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The Parent
life group

The Parent Life Group will be lead by Dr. Michael J. Bozack of Auburn University. This group will meet every Sunday night that there are Life Groups gathering on FBCO's campus (refer to schedule above).


There is NO prep needed (unless you want to read his books), so bring a bible + a notebook and get ready for fun! Dr. Bozack will lead from a 10-12 week study that will highlight a series of conversations from his Straight Talk to Parents from a College Professor writings. These topics will aim to help parents build better communication with their students and will also help parents to understand unique cultural challenges that our teenagers face today on middle school, high school, and on college campuses.

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