Growing Deeper

Gathering on the Same Page

We believe that it's important for us to be diving into Scripture and allowing God to speak to us through His Word each day. Together, we are reading through Proverbs in July, and we would encourage you and your family to join us!

Group Life

Making Christlike Disciples in the Nations

At Real Life Community, one of our core mission areas of focus is GROWING in Christlikeness. Historically, this is known within the church as “discipleship.” We don’t just want people coming to Sunday services and making decisions to believe in Jesus. We want each person to press into the transforming work of God in their lives so that they can reflect the image of their Savior in the world.

We have chosen to work toward this goal of GROWING in Christlikeness through Group Life. We believe that sharing life together in studies and/or ministry activity with others is one of the primary avenues God uses to shape our lives into the likeness of Jesus.

We believe this will create regular opportunities for renewal, on-ramps for people who are interested in engaging in the GROWING aspect of our mission statement and build in a rhythm to keep us all moving forward together.

We hope you find one or four that you’d like to join below!

Want to Connect with a Group?

We believe that God has called us to live in relationship with one another – carrying another’s burdens, showing kindness and love, and developing relationships in truth. Life groups give us the incredible opportunity to create atmospheres for support, trust, and authenticity while also living through celebrations and challenges together. These relationships allow us to have a foundation rooted in abundant love and grace so that we may engage deeper in our walks with Christ.



Based on the book Courageous Grandparenting by Cavin Harper. You don't have to actually have grandchildren to benefit from these sessions. Any close friend or relative who has influence over young children will benefit. There will be discussion, resources, practical application and time for prayer.


An open discussion study regarding understanding and living out the Church of the Nazarene’s 16 Articles of Faith. Part 1 will explore Articles 1-6 (Trinity, Christ, the Holy Spirit, Scripture, Sin, and Atonement).


Teen study through the season of Lent with opportunities to focus on the lesson in family times and reflections beyond.


Over the 6 weeks of Lent, children in K-5th grade will be participating in a lesson series based around the movie Soul. We will be answering questions raised about who we are as created beings and what happens in life after life.


A walk through of the book of Hebrews with attention to questions around and within the text author and reflection on its connection to the church and her people in Murfreesboro today. No childcare provided. In person format with Zoom option offered as needed.


Tackling controversial topics, including politics, abortion, race, sexuality, and gender roles, Jesus Outside The Lines challenges each of us to embrace a more holistic view of faith, and to live it out with greater love towards others- even when they hold radically different beliefs. Childcare provided.


Quiz Team (Ages 1st thru 5th Grades) will continue study of the Book of Exodus based around the Children’s Quizzing Curriculum and will include opportunities to participate in the ET District Children’s Quizzes (quizzes will continue to be hosted in Murfreesboro unless announced otherwise). There is a $20 fee to cover supplies and district quiz dues, please see Kara if assistance is needed. Adult care provided. In person format.


This group will be walking through the lenten season using the book "Sacred Invitation: Lenten devotions inspired by the Book of Common Prayer" as our guide.

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