WHAT IS A D-GROUP?

A D-group is a gender-specific (men meet with men and women with women) closed group of 3-5 believers (including the leader) who meet together for the purpose of accelerated spiritual transformation. A person joins the D-group by invitation only. The format of a D-group is not one of a teacher-student, but a roundtable discussion.

 

HOW OFTEN SHOULD A D-GROUP MEET?

Ideally, you should meet once a week for about an hour to an hour and a half. You can meet more frequently, but it is important that you meet at least once a week. This schedule does not prohibit those in the group from calling the leader throughout the week. It is important to remember that discipleship is about the relationship between the group members, not about checking a requirement box. Disciple-making is a way of life, not a program.

 

IS THERE AN ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT?

Yes, a person in a D-group is making a commitment to meet weekly unless providently hindered. The group meets weekly for 12 months. Near the end of the year together D-group members are to pray about who God would have them ask to be in their D-group the following year.

F260 New Testament Reading Plan

If you have questions about our Sunday night schedule or about Dgroups please let us know by submitting your questions below.

Name *
Name