WAYS TO CONNECT
WAYS TO CONNECT
A typical evening will include time to connect, share life stories, talk through the latest sermon, read scripture and pray together. Members in a home group are committed to walking together and building-up each other in Christ.
Home groups follow a typical school calendar year. They run for nine months from September to May with a short break over Christmas and New Years.
During the summer, we encourage those at DHBC to continue to plan to meet and grow with one another at gatherings and events.
Fill out this form and we will help you get connect to one of our home groups.
It is our belief that participation in a local church is not merely an obligation of Christians but is a joyful privilege in which we glorify God through fruitful service in the context of meaningful relationships with other believers. That is why we emphasize church membership at DHBC. Our commitment to God and one another has been encapsulated in our church covenant.
In order to become a member of DHBC, each person must go through the following three steps:
The purpose of Starting Point is to orient those interested in membership to what we believe, our life together, our organization, our mission and values. The course is divided into four sessions.
Attending the course does not commit a person to membership nor does it guarantee membership upon completion.
Upon completion of the Starting Point Course, those interested in pursuing membership will be interviewed by at least two leaders of DHBC. The purpose of the interview is to hear the prospective member’s profession of faith, to answer any questions, and to help lead them into joyful service in the body of Christ.
Upon a positive recommendation from the interview, the prospective member will be voted into membership at the next formal church meeting. This vote will be followed by a celebration Sunday where the new member will be publicly welcomed into membership.
For more information regarding membership, please contact one of the pastors.