Leading a LOOP is a great way to help others Live Out Our Purpose in community.  You’ll meet new people, laugh some, eat some, and grow closer to each other as well as closer to God.
Our fall 2019 LOOP semester is coming and we’d love to add you as a Fresh Start Church LOOP Leader.
Check out the FAQs below and then Fill out the form to let us know that you’re interested in finding out more about being a LOOP Leader.  We’ll even train you and help you get started.


When do LOOPs meet?

LOOPs meet all different days of the week and all different times.  It really depends on when you’re able to host your LOOP.  The only times we ask LOOPs not to meet is during our weekend service times.

Do I have to commit for the rest of my life?

You don’t have to sign your life away!  LOOPs begin in mid-September and take a break for the summer in mid-June.  To keep the connection and community going, we ask that you commit to a one year period of time.  Of course, you’ll take breaks around major holidays like Christmas and Easter so you can take a breather.

What does a LOOP Leader do?

The main purpose of a LOOP Leader is help others connect in a safe place where people can be who they are and grow spiritually with others just like them.  The LOOP Leader will guide discussion centered around our weekend message series with a study guide that we create.  Overall it’s a great way to connect with others, grow spiritually and help each other live out our purpose.

What steps are there to being a LOOP Leader?

Being a LOOP Leader is a leadership position so we do ask that you’ve taken our Back Stage Tour, NEXT class, been scripturally baptized and have signed our partnership covenant.  If you haven’t done these and are interested, please fill out the form below and we’ll get you through the steps.

To get started on the process of leading a LOOP at Fresh Start, just click the button below and give us a little bit of information.  We’ll be in touch about your next steps towards helping others live out our purpose in community by leading a LOOP.