Probably not. If I believed in evolution, I would think there was a higher probability of finding life there than other bodies in our system, but even as a creationist I think there could be life there, it's just that the chances are as great as finding life on Venus which has a thick atmosphere and plenty of heat. Life is so incredibly varied here on Earth, it would seem that it could flourish anywhere.
If we don't constrain ourselves to "carbon" based life, then microbes, plants and animals could exist anywhere, even in the dead of space. However, as a creationist, I would expect life to be something we would recognize, so any planet with an atmosphere is my best guess, and Europa is also a good candidate.
After writing all this, my opinion is that we won't find life, and I'd be willing to bet on it as the belief of water ice on mars and liquid under the ice sheets on Europa are based on a lot of assumptions and hopeful speculations.