LifeLinks

LifeLinks is our small group ministry here at Kingwood

LIFELINKS MINISTRY

WINTER 2023


   We want to encourage each of you to participate in our small group ministry. The purpose of LifeLinks is to have a time to study, fellowship, serve, and connect with others at Kingwood. It is a chance to build some lasting relationships as we “do life” with each other. If you are not in a group and would like to be, please be sure to see Jeff, or see one of the leaders of a group. We are always looking to begin new groups. If you have an interest in starting a new group, please see Jeff Brown. Listed below are our current groups and the demographic they serve, although you do not have to be an exact fit for that demographic to be in the group.


  • BEARD/SCHAFFER - Mostly retired or close to retirement empty nesters. 
  • BROWN/MALONE - Empty Nesters meeting in homes.
  • BURKE/GOOLSBY - Empty Nesters. Meets mostly in the Blackman area or the building.
  • GARNER/TILLER - Families with teens or college age students meeting in homes.
  • HARVEY/WALDRON - Families with younger children. Some singles. Meets at Siegel Park.
  • HIX/JOHNSON/WALDRON - Young Adults and Families. Meets at the building.
  • LADIES - Any lady is eligible to join this group. Meets mostly at the building.
  • LEE/WALDRON - Empty Nesters meeting in various homes.
  • LYLES/ZIMMERMANN - Empty Nesters including some retired members. Meets in various homes.
  • PECK/LANE - Families with teens. Meets in various locations.
  • PUTNAL/STOKES - A mixture of empty nesters and families with students. Meeting in homes.
  • REYNOLDS/STOVER - A mixture of empty nesters and families with children. Meeting in homes.
  • SEIGENTHALER/WRYE - Empty Nesters including some retired members. Meets in various homes.
  • WATSON/HUTCHINS - Mostly retired or close to retirement empty nesters. 
  • TEENS - See the Student Ministry Calendar for meeting times and locations.


The LifeLinks Committee consists of Adam Reynolds, Carl Seigenthaler, Andy Stover, Matt Tiller, John Zimmermann and Jeff Brown.