We were not created to do life alone. Through LifeGroups, we have the opportunity to be known, loved, and cared for in authentic community. Striving to become better disciples of Christ, we live out the 4Gs of our church mission in LifeGroups: surrendering our lives to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Growing in a life of worship, Gathering in community, and Giving our lives away on mission.
At Fellowship, “LifeGroups” are what we call the small groups that meet in living rooms and coffee shops across the San Gabriel Valley. These groups take many forms: some are smaller or bigger than others, some are based on specific demographics, and others are intergenerational, just like our Sunday morning congregation. There are lots of LifeGroups to choose from!
Feel free to e-mail us at any time with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Fellowship, LifeGroup Leaders facilitate a small group where the 4Gs – Gospel, Grow, Gather, Give – can come alive. Our leaders create safe spaces where people can be known and cared for as they continue their discipleship journey.
As we approach this next season, we are looking for more LifeGroup Leaders! If you are interested in leading a LifeGroup, we invite you to complete the LifeGroup Leader Application:
If you have any questions about leading a LifeGroup, please email email@example.com.
We’re glad to hear you are looking to find a LifeGroup at Fellowship! This is a great step towards getting plugged in and moving forward in your discipleship journey. We would be happy to help you get connected with a LifeGroup that fits your schedule and preferences.
Complete the following form to begin the LifeGroup Connection Process. Once completed, you will be contacted within 2-3 business days by a member of the LifeGroups Team.
If you would like to sign up for one of these opportunities, please ask your LifeGroup leader to sign up for your group.
Michael Lee serves as Fellowship’s Discipleship Pastor. He was born in South Korea and lived in Argentina before moving to the US where he grew up in Seattle. His ministry experience has spanned nearly 30 years and has included being a pastor, church planter, and college professor. He graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (D.Min.) and Gateway Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.). He greatly enjoys drinking good coffee, hiking, fishing, and anything outdoors. Michael is married to his true love, Mink, and together they have three children: Karis, Kayla, and Nathan. His family goal is to be the same person at home as he is in public.
Mark Chase is a LifeGroups Pastor at Fellowship Monrovia. Hailing from the great state of New York, go Knicks, he moved to Pasadena in 2006 to attend Fuller Theological Seminary. He holds a masters degree in Divinity and is passionate about stuffed crust pizza. Mark is also driven by a desire to see others experience the Gospel, and how that radically impacts every area of their lives.
Before coming to Fellowship, Christine was the Assistant Director for Spiritual Formation and Care at Pepperdine University. She received her BA in Intercultural Communication from Pepperdine in 2007 and her Masters in Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2010. She is a graduate from Renovare Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation and is passionate about encouraging individuals to cultivate soul care and a vision for Christ-centered life transformation. In her previous role at Pepperdine, Christine oversaw curriculum and training for the Spiritual Life Advisor program and a variety of campus spiritual life initiatives. She has been married to her husband, David, for six years and loves doing life together with their son, Samuel, and new baby girl, Ellie.
Hannah Geraci is the LifeGroup Coordinators at Fellowship Monrovia. Since finishing her Bachelors Degree in Christian Ministries from Azusa Pacific University, she now attends Fuller Theological Seminary where she is working on her Masters degree in Theology and Ministry. Throughout Hannah's experience in ministry she has enjoyed working with junior high and high school students, event planning, Residence Life, and various camp ministries. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Hannah enjoys being outside, crafting, cooking, and doing just about anything sports-related.