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Discipleship Groups

What Are Discipleship Groups?

Discipleship Groups, or D-Groups, are small groups of college students and young adults paired with mentors from Grace Midtown. Meeting weekly, these groups offer a space to grow in your faith alongside committed Christians who are invested in your spiritual life in this season.

Why Should I Join?

A lot is going on in college: academics, social commitments, being on your own for the first time. Faith can get lost in the shuffle amidst everything else, but Grace Midtown is committed to walking alongside you in this season to help you grow. These groups offer both mentorships from older Christians who’ve walked similar paths before and friendship with others in your stage of life.

Who Can Join Discipleship Groups?

Discipleship Groups are for college students and young adults at Grace Midtown. The groups are led by volunteer leaders who are committed to the lives and faith of college students.

Where Do Discipleship Groups Meet?

These groups meet throughout the city. To find a group near you, email

When Do Discipleship Groups Meet?

Discipleship Groups launch at the beginning of each semester and meet weekly. To find out when the next set of groups is launching, check the Grace Midtown College page here.

How Do I Join?

If you’re interested in joining a Discipleship Group, email If you’re interested in leading a D-Group, email Ryan.

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