Kindred Huddle

  1. Read the Word of God before gathering in the Huddle (about one chapter per day or week). 
  2. Answer the accountability questions included on the bookmark when you gather in your Huddle or use the questions included in our Bible Reading Method.
  3. Pray together and for one another throughout the week and during the Huddle. 

The three ARROWS remind us that we are "sent" by Jesus into our homes, neighborhoods, workplaces, schools, and everyday lives to represent Him for the sake of the world.  Jesus tells us, "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8).  We encourage one another to reach out to others by investing in their lives and inviting them to Christ and his church. 

...Sent

The Kindred Huddle is when you meet with other people to help one another become the disciples Jesus is calling us to be.  You hold one another accountable, encourage one another, celebrate, discuss Scripture, pray for one another, witness and serve together.  

"How do I Huddle?"

The guidelines are simple:

  • A Huddle is only two or three people.
  • Members of the Huddle are of the same gender.  
  • Meet weekly for about 1 hour, anytime and anyplace—work, school, home, restaurant, bar, park, bowling lanes, etc.
  • A Huddle should not grow beyond three, but should multiply into two Huddles of two rather than one Huddle of four.  
  • There is no leader.  
  • There is no curriculum, workbook or training.

  • Tasks: 

  • Everything must be held in strict confidence, so you can feel free to share openly and honestly your hopes and dreams, fears and failures, joys and successes.
  • The bookmark is your guideline and it includes the accountability questions.  Use it during your Huddles.  Keep a copy in your Bibles.  Copies are available at the church.


If you need help starting a group, please contact Pastor Andrew.  For more information about discipleship click here.