Find Freedom

As a group leader, you have the honor of guiding people into the freedom that only comes through an authentic relationship with Jesus. Galatians 5:13 guides us as leaders, "For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don't use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love."  Thank you for serving the families of Freedom Church.

Important Dates

January 29th

Groups Catalog Launch

February 12th

Spring Semester Begins

March 10th


April 8th & 9th

Easter Gatherings

May 5th & 6th

Freedom Conference

May 13th

Spring Semester Close

PC Groups Tutorials

Planning Center Groups is our online groups system. Through Groups, your group will be published in the online catalog, maintain easy communication with your group through email and text, track attendance, and share resources. Below are resources created by Planning Center to guide you in leading your group. 

There are two apps that group leaders have access to in Planning Center:

CHURCH CENTER is the public app that hosts the group catalog, and allows leaders and members access to groups.

PLANNING CENTER GROUPS is the private internal app for group leaders and administrators.

PC Groups Video Training

PC Groups Church Center Notifications & Preferences

PC Groups Leader VIDEO Tutorial

PC Groups Leader Resource Guide

PC Groups Permissions and Roles Guide

PC Groups Attendance Guide

PC Groups Send Reminder Emails Guide

Group Leader Coaching Videos

The following videos will enable to grow as a group leader.  Watch a video, and then reflect on the questions in your Group Leader Coaching Session Guide.  You may want to meet with your coach to discuss what you have learned or how to implement the best practices for your group.

5 Things a Leader Can Do to Foster Friendships and Community

6 Ways to Encourage Conversation

6 Traits of a Healthy Small Group

5 Methods for Keeping Track of Your Groups Prayer Requests

7 Icebreakers for Adult Group Leaders

How to Ask Engaging Questions

How to Prepare to Lead a Bible or Group Lesson