Postponed until the Spring

Because of continued concern surrounding the overall increase in Covid cases in our state, and to attempt to involve as many members as possible, the elders felt it best to postpone this event until the spring. We appreciate your understanding and ask you to continue to pray for our church and our nation as we navigate this situation.

Relational Discipleship Weekend

General Information

This is a two-day conference that will better equip believers in Christ Jesus to fulfill the command He gave us to “Go and make disciples.” During these two days we will spend most of our time in small groups of 8 to 12 people. We will look at the key components of a disciple-making church. These key components are:
  • the biblical foundation for relationships (looking at what the Bible tells us about how we should interact with others)
  • the importance of defining a disciple (what do we mean when we talk about a disciple)
  • and Jesus’ intentional process of discipling others. (looking at Jesus' plan for growing people in their faith)

Jesus intentionally built relationship with the purpose of making disciples and we will learn that the process is reproducible in our lives today. This conference will help you understand where people are in their spiritual walk and equip you to partner with them in their spiritual growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there a fee? If so, what is the fee per person? Per family? What does the fee cover?
$10.00 per person but the church has scholarships if needed. This will help the church with the cost of participant guides, facilitators expense, dinner on  Friday night, a continental breakfast and lunch on Saturday. The fee can be paid at the church before the conference or anytime during the conference.

  • For what ages is childcare provided? By whom?
Childcare is provided for ages birth to ten years if age by three young ladies who are all trained and have passed a background check. One young lady is a college student and the other two work for a local daycare.

  • What ages is the conference suitable for? Youth? Elementary ages?
College and above

  • Are any meals part of the conference? If so, what meals? What will be served? 
Dinner will be provided on Friday night by Boston Annie’s – two types of soup and a sandwich.

Breakfast Saturday will be coffee, juice, fruit, and muffins.

Lunch Saturday will be a box lunch from Chick-fi-la

  • If I cannot attend the whole conference, should I try to attend part of it? 
It is very important that you commit to attend both days. Friday night you will explore the foundation for relational discipleship and Saturday you will learn the reproducible process.

  • What does the conference schedule look like?
See below.

  • Who is leading and doing the teaching?
The conference will be led by trained SCBC pastors from around the state who facilitate these same kind of conferences for the South Carolina Baptist Convention.

Register for the Weekend