ANC Life Groups


All across the greater Charlotte and Fort Mill areas All Nations Church families are getting together in specific homes every 2nd and 4th week at 7:00pm (unless otherwise announced) for a time of fellowship, sharing of faith and testimonies and personal ministry.


[Click here] to see our Life Group Directory.

ANC Life Groups are small fellowship groups led by various congregational leaders. The goal of these groups is:
  • to provide a more intimate setting for study of the pastor’s word, fellowship, prayer and mutual encouragement
  • to be fruitful and multiply in faith, service and numbers, that we may learn to become ministers to others
  • to be agents of God’s love and to help members be incorporated into the church, the body and bride of Jesus Christ
Life groups are an integral part of the life of All Nations Church. There is no better way to build healthy church family relationships. So make yourself at home and get connected. Take a look at our life group directory to find a group near you, or feel free to introduce yourself to a few home group leaders to find the group that is right for you.

Come be a part of these “body-building” get-togethers, and let the Lord meet your needs through every joint supplying. Life groups are also a great place to bring a co-worker, neighbor or that special someone who needs a touch from the Lord.




Q - What is a life group?


A - A life group is a small group of people that meet on a regular basis (usually 2 times per month) to have a time of praise and worship, prayer, reading of the Word, fellowship and outreach to the community.

Q - Do I have to be a member of All Nations Church to attend?


A - No. We encourage you to become connected to the body of Christ and our church family. We currently offer New Member’s Classes four times per year, but would love to fellowship with you in a life group setting as soon as possible. You can find our more information about New Member’s classes and life group fellowships at the Visitor Welcome Center in our lobby.

Q - How do I find the life group that is right for me?


A - There are a number of groups from which to choose based on geographical area or special interest. These groups are listed in the ANC Life Group Directory which you can find here or at the Visitor’s Center. Feel free to introduce yourself to life group leaders via their web page (click on "join" or "contact" to send and email that will let them know you are interested, or at church and ask about their group to help you find the one that will be the best fit.

Q - How long do life groups meet?


A - Life groups generally meet twice a month for approximately two hours. Some groups will take a break during the summer, and many groups will not meet in weeks that coincide with CMI conferences. Please check with your life group leader to find out more.

Q - May my children attend life group with me?


A - Yes. Many life groups welcome children and provide child care during the meeting. The few groups that cannot accommodate children are listed as “Adults Only.”

Q - What is the format of an All Nations Church life group?


A - The life groups follow the vision of the church, which is praise, worship, prayer, the word, fellowship and outreach.

Q - Do I have to attend a group in my geographical area?


A - No. You have the freedom to attend a group of your choice. However, if you are a new member or visitors we will refer you to a specific group for the purpose of helping us connect and follow-up with you.