Go therefore and make disciples of all nations...
...teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. Matt 28:19a, 20a
We desire to become more like Christ. Discipling is our way of describing how we grow as believers through relationships, small groups, and Bible teaching. Discipleship matures us to live out the message of the Gospel.
Sunday School classes and Bible studies offer opportunities for all ages to be taught the riches of God's word; furthermore, actively listening and reflecting during worship (both in music and sermon), challenges us in our walk with the LORD. Below is a list of opportunities to grow by being part of a small group, but please check the calendar for specific meetings. Click the orange button for a list of Sunday School classes.
Sunday Night 5pm
Birth-2 yrs/ Nursery
2 yrs-6th/ AWANA (August-April)
Thrive Student Ministry
Other Sunday Opportunities
5pm/ "Financial Peace University"/ September -November / Everyone*
6:30pm/ "Thrive"/ All Youth (7th-12th grade)
6:30pm/g-kids/ All Children (Birth-6th grade)
6:30pm/ All Women*
6:30pm/ All Men*
* Nursery/Childcare provided
While we strongly believe in the Scriptural mandate for corporate discipleship, we also affirm a Biblical charge for personal discipleship. Below are resources to assist in one-on-one discipleship (clicking on the book cover will open an Amazon option to purchase).
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Small Group Discipleship Information
What is a D-Group?
Option 1: A D-Group can be, a small group that meets for a set period of time (6month-2 years) with the purpose of becoming disciples who make disciples.
Option 2: A D-Group can also be a family that meets multiple times a week for a set period of time with the purpose of becoming disciples who make disciples.
D-Groups are made up of Believers usually with 3-8 members whose purpose is to belong and reproduce disciples. The Goal of a D-Group is the teach scripture, provide accountability, provide care, and replicate.
An outline of a D-Group meeting outline may look something like this, Pray, Share blessings and challenges of the week, Recite memory verses, and Going through the Bible Study material sharing observations, convictions and applications.
If you would like to know more about D-groups, Lead a D-Group or Participate in D-Group click the like below and let us know what you would like to do.