Life Groups are the heartbeat of LCC. It's where we gather as a family and grow as disciples. We eat together, share life together, and care for one another. 

We organise our Life Groups geographically, so check out the groups below to see your local Life Group.





Dave and Lauren are a young family with their baby boy Oscar. In this life group you'll be sharing a meal over dinner before getting into the Word. This life group is baby friendly. Dave and Lauren would love to see you there!


Mango Hill - Wednesday Nights - 7:00pm


Jono and Kylie are a new young family with their baby boy Joshua. This life group loves sharing a meal and then spending time in the Word. Jono and Kylie welcome anyone who are keen to gather together in Mango Hill!


Narangba - Thursday Nights - 6:30pm


Barney and Danielle have been a core part of LCC from the very early days. They have five children and provide a kid-friendly life group in their home at Narangba. They begin with sharing dinner at 6:30pm before delving into the Word. Barney and Danielle would love to welcome you into their group!


Kallangur - Friday Nights - 6:30pm


Rhys and Bec have a family friendly life group that meet in their home on Friday nights. With the large amount of kids that come to this group, they do dessert instead to allow time for community and the energy of kids. These nights look like arriving at 6:30pm followed by discussion of the Word at 7pm while the kids play, then finishing off with dessert and chat time from 7:30pm. If you have kids that like to run around, this is a great group for you!


Rotating Location and Night - 6:30pm


Gareth and Hayley have a flexible life group that will rotate meeting at Mitchelton/Kelvin Grove and North Lakes. This group is for those that live closer to the city and are less committed to set times to meet in the week. this group will meet either Monday's or Thursday's. They focuses on sharing dinner together, then spend the remainder of the evening in the Word. gareth and hayley look forward to seeing you there!