GroupLink FAQs

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Do I need to register for GroupLink?

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Registering in advance will make your check-in process at the event quicker and easier and will also allow us to better prepare for you.

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What if I can't attend GroupLink?

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If any of the groups that form at GroupLink aren’t full, we’d love to help you get connected. We’ll post a list of groups with openings a few days after the event. If one of the groups matches your stage of life and area of town, and is meeting on a night of the week that works for you, sign up online.

Open group listings are active for 2–3 weeks after GroupLink. Openings are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

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What is the difference between GroupLink and a community group?

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You go to GroupLink, a ninety minute event, to join a community group. Community groups are small groups of six married couples or eight individuals of the same gender that meet weekly in someone’s home for friendship, Bible study, and prayer.

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What is an connector?

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Volunteers serve a vital role at each GroupLink event. Connectors are volunteers who help people connect into groups at GroupLink.

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Is childcare provided at GroupLink?

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Childcare is not provided, but we do reimburse (at a predetermined rate) for babysitters needed in order to attend a GroupLink event. Childcare reimbursement forms are provided at GroupLink.

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