intentional discipleship process at st. john

The purpose of the intentional discipleship process at St. John is simple - to better equip God’s people to commit to the discipleship lifestyle, which is walking the way of Jesus and being disciple-making disciples. We break this process down into four parts:


The D.1 Retreat gets your feet wet in regards to committing to the discipleship lifestyle. This retreat focuses on three main questions: 1) What is a disciple?, 2) What is the command to make more disciples?, and 3) What is the heart of a disciple-maker? Each retreat is identical and we offer it four times per year. For more details and to sign-up for one of the retreats, click on the date that you desire to attend:

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Saturday, April 13, 2019


The D.2 Huddle allows you to wade further into the water as you commit to the discipleship lifestyle. This is a 12-session group that focuses more on the theoretical "Why" and practical "Hows" of being a disciple-making disciple. New huddles will start when enough D.1 participants commit to this next step. These will meet either in person or digitally, depending on the desires of the participants.


The D.3 Community allows you to swim around in the waters alongside others who have committed to the discipleship lifestyle. Each community consists of individuals who have gone through the D.1 and D.2 portions of the process. These communities meet for mutual accountability, encouragement, and growth in the discipleship lifestyle. Each community is ongoing with its own schedule and rhythm as determined by the participants.


D.4 is for those individuals who have have gone through D.1 and D.2, are actively involved in a D.3 Community, and desire to be a key leader in St. John's intentional discipleship process.