Discover believes that spiritual growth is accelerated and deepened in community with others seeking a closer walk with Jesus. Jesus understood this. He spent time with his twelve disciples (Life Groups) and His inner circle of three disciples: Peter, James, and John (D-Groups). Both groups are structured to grow committed followers of Jesus. Since each type of group has a different emphasis, people are encouraged to be in both a Life Group and a D-Group. Here are some characteristics of life group:


  • Life groups generally consist of 8 to 16 adults
  • Groups meet weekly or bi-weekly
  • Gatherings general last between 1.5 to 2 hours per week
  • Discover offers mixed, men's, and women's Life Groups
  • Groups meet in homes or on the Discover campus
  • Groups meet on various day and at various times
  • Childcare is handled according to the group needs encouraging kids to play together and develop deeper friendships
  • During trying times, life groups are usually "first responders" in prayer, meals and support for one another
  • Occasionally life groups gather to just hang out (i.e. go out for pizza or do a service project
  • A typical group format begins with food/snacks and fellowship, then 30 to 45 minutes of group study, and concludes with prayer


For more information, contact...

Jim Brechbuhler // discipleship minister

JoAnn Rodgers // discipleship ministry assistant

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Asleep in the light

Sometimes followers of Jesus get frustrated with our world. In reality, a big part of the problem is that the church is asleep in the light. When the church wakes up, hearts will be drawn to Jesus, one at a time.  Here you will find the life group material for this all-church study:


PDFs: Week 1  Week 2  Week 3  Week 4