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The Green Lawn Shepherds believe that life change and spiritual growth happens best in community: authentic, open, and honest relationships where individuals actively participate in the lives of one another and make specific application of God’s Word to our lives.

At Green Lawn we want to help you be connected to a faith community of people where you can make great friendships, find significant interaction, create deep fellowship, find help in times of trouble, and develop accountability in discipleship. The goal is for each individual to grow as a follower of Christ and to grow the Kingdom by spreading the message of the gospel.

All groups are designed to be multi-generational. We believe that strong relationships are forged when people in various life stages are partnered together, and we consider children and teens to be part of the Green Lawn family from birth, therefore we urge our adults to encourage, mentor and invest into the lives of our young people.


Below is a list of groups available for you and your family to plug into and become involved. Contact the coordinators listed for more information and to get connected today.


Brothers Keepers: coordinated by Steve Hightower

Brothers Keepers are multi-generational fellowship and prayer groups that meet once a month for a meal, usually at the Green Lawn building, and focus on building community and sharing life’s long journey together.


Harvest Groups: coordinated by Eddie Stillwell

Harvest groups are multi-generational and meet in the leaders living room weekly and are focused on discipleship and outreach through Bible study and service. Here we do life together and learn what it means to actively love God and love others. Small groups have an intentional purpose to be small (12 adults max) and intimate, with a goal to mature and multiply every 1-2 years. 


Care Groups: coordinated by Mike Hardin

Care groups exist for those seasons in life where we need a little extra help and experience some specific needs and growth. These groups are lead by individuals with a special heart and training for each individual area. (divorce, grief, single parenting, same gender attraction, financial peace, men’s prayer, men’s addictions, etc.)  



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