DNOW is an over night local retreat where students will have the opportunity to spend the weekend together in worship services, community, and games.
Students’ lives will be transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ; that they will be able to worship collectively with their peers and classmates from other churches. We want our students to understand that even though we go to different churches, we all have the same purpose - to glorify God.
[Register for DNOW]
Dates: January 18-20, 2019
Location: Cottonwood Creek Church [map]
Cost: Flash Sale price = $45 (Monday, October 29 only)
Regular price = $55 (starting November 4)
Accommodations: Students will be split up into area homes based on grade and gender. Each home will consist of approximately 4-6 people. The host provides a place for students to sleep Friday and Saturday nights and is also where small group Bible study and meal times happen.
[Ministry Waiver and Liability Release]
We anticipate that this year could be our biggest D-Now ever, so we really need your help to make it happen!
Host Homes: Students will be split up into area homes based on grade and gender. Each home will consist of approximately 4-6 people. The host provides a place for students to sleep Friday and Saturday nights and is also where small group Bible study and meal times happen.
Small Group Leaders: During Small Group times, we digest the content presented at the rallies and to work toward application and the 'so what' with our students. There are 3 small group times throughout the weekend: Friday evening, Saturday morning, and Saturday evening. Small Group Leaders are with us all weekend so that they can hear the content at the rallies and then facilitate the conversations in the host homes. Small Group Leaders also stay in the host homes with their groups.
Drivers: Throughout the weekend, we need the support of many people to drive students around. This year, that involves helping get students from the church to the host homes on Friday evening, from the host homes to the church on Sunday morning, and between the homes, the church, and one area event on Saturday afternoon.