We believe God created us to live in relationship with Him and in community with others.

What are LifeGroups?

We believe the Christian life is meant to be lived in community. And while Sunday mornings are a good start, it’s in small groups that we really get to know each other and develop true community. It’s what Christians have been doing since the church began (Acts 2:42-47). At Antioch, we call these groups Lifegroups.

What to expect

The goal of Lifegroups is to help us connect relationally and grow spiritually. They are for adults and families of all ages, stages, and spiritual backgrounds. Lifegroups usually meet in people’s homes and last around 2 hours. They are facilitated by a small team of leaders but everyone is encouraged to participate.

Find the Lifegroup in your area:

North Sheffield Lifegroup

Meets on: Wednesday’s at 7 pm

Location: S5 area of Sheffield

Hosts: Mick & Lydia Rolley and James & Laura Beech

Email Lydia for more information.

Sheffield City Centre Lifegroup

Meets on: Thursdays at 7 pm

Location: S1 area of Sheffield

Hosts: Don & Celia Martin

Email Celia for more information.

South Sheffield Lifegroup

Meets on: Wednesdays at 6:30 pm

Location: S8 area of Sheffield

Hosts: Dan & Lina Boothby

Email Lina for more information.

Chesterfield Lifegroup

Meets on: Wednesdays at 7 pm

Location: S40 area of Chesterfield

Hosts: Zlatko & Evie Stamatov

Email Zlatko for more information.

Youth Group

Meets on:
Sunday mornings during the service from 11:00 until 12:00

Location: 80 Headford St, S3 7WB

Email Greg for more information.

Student Lifegroup

Meets on:
Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm (Term time only)

Location: 80 Headford St, S3 7WB

Email Student Team for more information.


The decisions made at Uni determine the direction for your life. Our Student Ministry exists to help you connect with God, discover His purposes for your life, and immerse you in a worshiping community as your navigate this crucial time of life.


The Firehouse

The Firehouse is our weekly student gathering.  It is an opportunity for students to gather to worship God, be equipped with practical teaching, and develop community through small-group discussion.

We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 pm in the Antioch auditorium.