Life Groups meet Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30pm in the 290s and in homes throughout the week

We believe that fellowship with others in the church is an integral part of a believer's life. Life Groups are where the church comes together and gathers into small groups to spend time in fellowship and prayer, with the goal of forming encouraging and uplifting friendships, deepening one's relationship with God and serving alongside each other!

Life groups are typically comprised  of 8-15 people who  meet in homes weekly throughout the South Bay. These groups generally follow a study based on the current sermon series and meet for prayer, encouragement, and fellowship, with the goal of forming encouraging and uplifting friendships, deepening one's relationship with God as well as serving alongside each other.

Children's programs and childcare available on Tuesdays through Tuesday Night Live.

Become a Life Group Leader

Click the link below for more information and to complete an application.


Koby Krikac

Discipleship Pastor

Koby grew up in Westchester, CA, in a Christian home and has three brothers. As a freshman in High School, the Lord brought him to Himself by means of Psalm 90:10 and set him on track toward ministry. He later graduated from Multnomah Bible College (now Multnomah University) in Portland, OR with a BA in Biblical Studies and Theology, New Testament Greek, and a Minor in Biblical Hebrew.

He married his lovely wife and best friend Eden in 2013. After living in Portland and then moving back to the South Bay, they decided to set off to Chicago, IL for Bible college and seminary where his wife graduated from Moody Bible Institute and Koby graduated from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School with an M.Div. and an MA in New Testament. He is currently working on his thesis. Koby and Eden live in Old Torrance with their two boys, Haddon and Everest.

They love spending time with family and friends over good coffee, hanging out in Riviera Village, enjoying popcorn and movie nights, ping pong and pickleball, the doctrines of grace, anything related to Charles Spurgeon, classical literature, and all things discipleship.


We'd love to hear from you!