Church small groups (DMC's)
“It is my hope that every member of HT Hounslow is a regular member of a DMC – they are fantastic and I don’t want anyone to miss out!”
Stu Wright - Vicar HT Hounslow
What is a DMC?
DMC stands for Disciple Making Community.
A DMC is a place to make friends, have fun and discover what God’s plan is for your life.
A DMC is a group of people on a journey discovering what it means to be disciples of Jesus Christ together.
A DMC consists of about 10-25 people who meet up every fortnight either in homes or another venue.
Each DMC has a small leadership team that run the DMC.
DMCs are not one programme amongst many that the church supports; they are the heart of the church.
How can I join a DMC?
You can join a DMC in a number of ways. All DMCs are open and would welcome you coming and trying one out. Make sure you pick up a term guide which will give you details of the different DMC leaders and where they meet.
Often those who have completed an Alpha Course will join a DMC and as a DMC member you can invite your friends, family and neighbours along.
What happens on a typical DMC night?
Not every DMC will run exactly as below, but this is a rough guide:
8:30 Talk and Discussion
9:00 Small Groups and Prayer
9:30 Home Time