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What are Dgroups?

Dgroups are not another Bible study, but an opportunity for 2 or 3 teenagers of the same gender to be mentored, do life together with, and be spiritually poured into by a mature and passionate follower of Christ of the same gender.


What is the purpose of Dgroups?

In the Great Commission, Jesus called us and commanded us to make disciples.  While Sunday school, Wednesday night student worship, and corporate worship on Sunday morning are important for spiritual growth, we believe discipleship best takes place life on life in a smaller group of 3 to 4 individuals.  The goal of our Dgroups is to develop students who are Kingdom focused and passionately living for Jesus every day.  Jesus had his 12 disciples, and among them he invested in Peter, James, and John to an even greater extent.


Who should be involved in a Dgroup?

Dgroups are not for everyone.  Dgroups are for 6th – 12th grade students who have a desire to follow Jesus and boldly live for Him. Being involved in a group requires a serious commitment to meeting together, studying the Word, praying, being held accountable, serving others, sharing the Gospel, and doing assignments.


When will Dgroups meet?

Initially Dgroups will meet 2 times a month for about an hour each time.  Eventually we would like for groups to meet weekly throughout the school year.  Groups can meet before school, after school, in the evening, or even on the weekend.   We will match up students and leaders according to the times they are available to meet.  Each group will have a set day and time to meet.


Where will Dgroups meet?

Dgroups can meet in a home, at the church, at a restaurant, or a coffee shop.  Each group will decide what works best for the 3 or 4 members of the group.


What takes place during a Dgroup?   

The hour together will be filled with discussing weekly assignments, Bible study, prayer, accountability, and time to talk about life.


 Please click here to sign up for a Dgroup

Please click here to view the Dgroup covenant that each leader, student, and parent must sign.