Good things come in small packages, as the saying goes. And no relationship ever became intimate in a room full of 200 people. That's why small groups are the life-blood of community at OneLife. It's in core groups, KidsLife, youth groups and other kinds of small groups that we find it easiest to become friends, share burdens, and celebrate together. It's where we learn to trust one another. We help, and are helped. We pray, play, serve, and learn together. In small groups we practice loving each other like Jesus loves us and from there, he makes all kinds of good things come our way.

Below is a list of some of our different groups & social media sites designed to help create community and connection.  

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Many who have been part of OneLife say, "If there is only one thing you get involved in at OneLife, it should be a core group."   That's because small groups are where a lot of the best stuff happens. Sign-ups take place three times a year, before each "trimester" begins. Groups can be focused on Bible study or a shared interest, like parenting. honest conversation, and caring and praying for each other are always included. Our cores are varied and diverse just like our church and happen at various times and locations all over Seattle.  If you're looking for a chance at intimate friendships, and to grow in your faith core groups are one of the the best places for that.

For more information about our core group click HERE.  

To register for a core group click HERE

  • KidsLife

    We love kids at OneLife and believe that encouraging kids in their faith must go beyond what happens on Sunday morning.  As a result, in addition to our KidsLife Sunday services, our kids look forward to many special events, such as, our KidsLife Friday Night Blasts, Vacation Bible School, family bowling nights, KidsLife Choir, unique service opportunities, summer bbq's, Christmas parties, camps, and more!  We also offer parenting classes as a way to support the entire family. For more information about upcoming KidsLife events and activities or to find out how to get involved with our KidsLife programs please contact our KidsLife Director.  


    The Mix Youth Cooperative is a group of Jr. & Sr. high students from different churches, schools, cultures, & communities joining together to explore what it means to be followers of Christ in the everyday life.  The Mix meets every Wednesday evening at OneLife, from 7 to 9pm, and includes teens from sixth through 12th grade.  For more info about The Mix Youth Cooperative , upcoming teen events, camps, youth worship nights, etc. check out the official Mix website HERE.      

  • College & young adults

    For college-age young adults we support a ministry called University Christian Fellowship (UCF) that meets on Friday nights. The place is at the University of Washington and the time is usually 7 pm (sometimes earlier if a meal is included). College-agers from OneLife as well as from other places attend. It's a great time of music and worship, "unpacking" a section of the Bible, and just being together as friends.  

    In addition to the larger UCF meeting on Fridays, there are small groups meeting mid-week, both on and off campus. Usually 6-8 people, these groups are student led and create space for more in-depth conversation and questions about Jesus, the Bible, spirituality and life in general. 

    For more info, or to become part of a UCF group: contact them HERE or look at the website at UCF CAMPUS MINISTRY.

  • Women's Group

    We have a lot of great ways for the women of OneLife and their friends to connect including regularly scheduled "ladies night out events," retreats, women's core groups, and more. If you are interested in getting involved or would like more information about the up coming events please contact us by clicking HERE.

  • Men's Group

    We have a lot of great ways for the men of OneLife and their friends to connect including regularly scheduled "guy's night out events," sporting events, retreats, men's core groups, pub nights, and more. If you are interested in getting involved or would like more information about any up coming men's events please contact us by clicking HERE.


    OneLife Tutoring is a program that works in cooperation with the Seattle Public Schools to provide top quality tutoring for children in kindergarten through 5th grade. Our team of volunteers are able to assist in all school subjects and even has a computer lab.  In addition to assisting in the areas of education we desire to make a place that fosters healthy relationships and a sense of community.  As a result, we also provide a free meal and free transportation for all as well as planned events like Christmas, and Thanksgiving parties for the whole family.  

    We are always looking for new volunteer tutors as we have a waiting list of students looking to plug in.  The time commitment for online tutors is only 2 hours a week & can be done at a time that works with your schedule.   If you are interested in volunteering for OneLife tutoring in the form of an online tutor,  please contact our OneLife Tutoring Director by clicking HERE.  You can also find out more information by going to the OneLife Tutoring Website


    Looking for a different kind of church experience?  Come check out our FREE Community Dinner Church!  This service happens every Monday night from 5-6:30pm located within Lower Santos Community Room in the heart of the Magnuson Park Community.   If you are looking for more community, a great meal, live music, stimulating conversation, or looking for a fantastic way to serve the community this is the place to be on Monday Nights.  For more information on our Community Dinner click HERE.  

  • Gardening GROUP

    We have a great group of people of all ages that love being outside, enjoying nature, and helping make our property beautiful and beneficial to the community.  The Gardening group gathers to help maintain the outside of our facility as well as works a community vegetable garden with the food created going to help NORTH HELPLINE a local food bank that helps provide nutritious food for those in need in our area.   


    At OneLife we are committed to making the invisible God visible in our community and around the world by embodying the reign of Christ in word and deed. We can see the world's brokenness all around us, from famine in Africa to child prostitution on the streets of Seattle. We have hope, however, because we know that God has a plan for the world—a good and beautiful plan (Ephesians 1:10). He is working here to overcome sin, disease, poverty, injustice, and suffering, and to bring in a Kingdom of grace, reconciliation, healing, transformation, and justice. And we have the blessing of being an integral part of that plan! Through local and global ministry partners and outreach programs, we are working as a community to connect outside the church walls to embody God's hope for our community and world.

    For more information about our local and global mission partnerships leave us a message HERE.