Discipleship Communities (DC's)
We want every member at Harvest Church to be known, loved, shepherded, and discipled to maturity in Christ (Col. 1:28) and our Discipleship Communities are the primary environment where this occurs. In other words, our DC’s exist for members to pursue community (known and loved) and maturity (shepherded and discipled) in Christ. Typically DC’s meet in homes throughout the week and vary in size from 8 to 20 - some DC’s meet at Harvest on Wednesday evenings so we can serve families in need of childcare. We have DC’s that meet all over the city with more on the way; if you’re interested in joining a DC then follow the directions listed below. Joining a DC is vital for your relationship with both Christ and the body of Harvest Church - don’t miss out!
(See The Gospel Journey for more on how to pursue a discipling relationship at Harvest)
How can I join a Discipleship Community?
Thank you for your interest in joining a DC at Harvest, an exciting journey is ahead of you! Please begin by clicking the “Join A Discipleship Community” below. This will guide you to a directory of all our existing DC’s and a map of meeting locations - DC’s that are accepting new members will be labeled as Open and those that are currently full are labeled as Closed. There are search parameters/filters to assist you in narrowing down the list so you can find exactly what you are looking for. Once you find the Open DC that meets your needs please click on the “Join this group” to send a personalized email to the leader and they will get back with you at their earliest convenience. If you visit a DC and its just not a great fit for you then feel free to try another DC - no hard feelings and no worries. If you have any questions please email Wes Selecman at email@example.com.
Fall 2018 Sunday Schools
Class: Young Adults
Teacher: Jamie Trussell & Bryce Rader
Class: Connecting the Gospel and Our Work
Teacher: Mike Studdard
Class: Search For Significance *8 week class for women only*
Teacher: Jan Lichterman
Class: Martyrs and the Movement of the Church
Teacher: Steve Winstead & Jamie Trussell & Wes Selecman