Disciple Groups

Life is Better Together

At Together Church, we believe no one can stand alone in their journey through life. It is essential that you have people in your life that care for you and keep you accountable, people that you can serve our greater community with, and people that help you grow closer to Christ. All of this happens through Discipleship Groups.

Disciple groups exist to make disciples through Bible study, community, and mission

What to Expect

Discipleship Groups are small groups of people (typically 8-12) that meet once a week at various times in a leader’s or host’s home. A typical night in a Home Group would be food and hanging out, then a discussion about the past Sunday’s sermon where you can go deeper into the message – all while developing close friendships with people just like you.

Frequently Asked Questions

When do Discipleship Groups meet?

Discipleship Groups meet 1 night a week, 2 times per month. The day and time is always chosen by each group, but most meet on Sunday nights.

How long does a Discipleship Group last?

Each group will be together on a semester basis – Jan-May and Aug-Dec. There are no formal Discipleship Groups during the summer although some may continue to meet.

Where do Discipleship Groups meet?

Most meet in a leader’s or a host’s home at various locations throughout Berkeley County. Student groups also meet throughout the week (Tuesdays, 7:00pm at St. John’s Christian Academy.

How many people are in a group?

Typically 8-12 adults.

What all goes on in a Discipleship Group?

Every group is different, but most will have some food, hang out, and then have a discussion about the past Sunday’s sermon.

What do I do with my kids!?

We leave it up to you and your group to arrange for childcare. Some groups pool together and pay for a sitter, some rotate childcare among the members, and some leave it up to the individual. If you are having trouble finding childcare, we may be able to help you.

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