It's been said before, "no man is an island." It's true! We really do need each other! And our actions toward each other affect us all one way or another. Whether we are in a Bible study, arts based group or a group that gets together for coffee, we need that connection to learn how to grow spiritually, learn how to love one another as Jesus commanded us to do, help each other by serving and to enjoy being human with other humans.

At Redland Church, we offer a variety of Life Groups. Some meet in homes or other places, and they will typically eat, pray, play, and study together. Other groups will have a common interest such as sports, arts or Bible study. Our groups meet once a month but have the option to meet more often.

We'd love to talk to you about how LifeGroups can impact your life! Sign up today, and let's begin a journey of doing life together!




  • Joseph & Gina Meola

    The Meola’s - Joseph, Gina, Garrett & Madison:
    "We live in Northern Davidson County on a small horse farm. Gina enjoys horseback riding and teaching. We like hot rods and classic muscle cars.  We love getting together and eating! We want to open the invitation to join us in sharing our life experiences, supporting each other during difficult seasons, and build lasting relationships ultimately growing closer to The Lord."

  • Bob & Jeanine Davis


  • Lewis & Susan Mccollum

    "This coming year will be our fourth year as LifeGroup leaders. Our LifeGroup meets monthly, usually on the second or third Saturday. We enjoy opening our home for fellowship, getting to know those we worship with at Redland.

    We are retired, love to travel for special occasions, birthday and anniversary trips. We also travel to see our families that are not living in NC, as family is very important to both of us. 

    We are both in the choir and enjoy music. We also have a special love for our youth and enjoy the times we have spent with them going to Accelerant Youth Conference. We also enjoy our Conference Senior Trips."

  • Johnny & Carol Cashwell

    Johnny and I met when he started Redland  in 1980 he took me to my senior promJohnny has been a youth director/choir director, we both love to sing and of course Johnny loves to play piano and organ as well. Johnny retired as minister of music after 30 years of service at Redland. We got married in 1994, we went to France on our honeymoon

    May 9, 1997 we were blessed with identical twin girls Kelsey and Kasey who are now 21 years old and seniors in college.

    We have 2 Maltese Bentley and Daisy. 

    We both work full-time I have been an RN at Wake Forest Baptist for 33 years

    Johnny works at Gilbarco for the past 12 years as Quality Tech manufacturing gas pumps. We work ALOT....

    We look forward to our girls graduating next year what the future holds for us as a family......Retirement, weddings, grand babies!!!!!!

  • Jeremy & christy miller

    "Jeremy and Christy met at a small BBQ restaurant in Mocksville in 2009. They've been married since 2011 and have a four-year-old daughter, Macie. They enjoy date nights out and movie nights in. On the weekends, you can find Christy and Macie crafting, and Jeremy outdoors playing ball or hunting. Jeremy and Christy are passionate about connecting people to God and others through everyday life." 

  • jason & cindy murrill

    "We are an 'adoptive family' that is loud but fun. Our design as a LifeGroup is to have relationships in which we will grow together in the Lord and offer support for each other with the daily challenges this world throws at us. We plan to meet on Saturdays, start time to be determined, starting with a pot luck meal and ending with a full stomach and fill spirit. Childcare provided."

  • jeff & teresa pardue

    "In our LifeGroup, we are so excited about building new relationships with our brothers and sisters in Christ, ministering one to another in prayer, as well as fun activities with our families. We look forward to the LifeGroup God has in store for us."

  • dennis & patty reavis

    "We will focus on relationship building, among ourselves and also with Christ. We want to get to know others better in the church and build trusting relationships. We will probably included Scripture reading, short discussion and prayer, after we fellowship with food."

  • chuck & vicky shipton

    "We are empty nesters with 3 grown girls, one in Charlotte and two in Boston. We are interested in getting to know folks on a deeper level and see where God takes it."