Women

Finding balance in your everyday life is a challenge; from family commitments to personal relationships, we often find ourselves being stretched-thin, offering only our leftovers to God. Instead, lets fix our attention on God and be radically changed from the inside-out. Come join our Women’s Ministries at Biltmore Church and get plugged in!

Finding balance in your everyday life is a challenge; from family commitments to personal relationships, we often find ourselves being stretched-thin, offering only our leftovers to God. Instead, lets fix our attention on God and be radically changed from the inside-out.

 

Connect Groups give you a chance to experience real community and spiritual growth with people in your same stage of life. Whether you’d rather meet on a Sunday morning or in a home during the week, there is a group for you!

FIND A CONNECT GROUP

D-Groups at Biltmore Church 

D-Group, (short for Discipleship Group) is a gender specific, closed group of 3-5 Christ followers, (including the leader) who meet together regularly for the purpose of accelerated spiritual transformation. D-Groups are by invitation only and are made up of men or women out of the same Connect Group who covenant to growing deeper together for a specific period of time.

The pathway at Biltmore Church to join a D-Group is to first be active in a Connect Group. Connect Groups are "open" to anyone, regardless of where they are spiritually. D-Groups are for those who desire to grow deeper relationally in both spiritual disciplines and accountability with members of their Connect Group.

D-Groups will typically launch in September and January each year, but with approval a D-Group can be formed almost any time. If you’d like more information, please see the FAQ & D-Group expectations sheets below. After you've reviewed those documents let your Connect Group leader know that you are interested in learning more.

You can also submit a request to speak to one of our pastors by clicking selecting the “I want more information” link below.

D-Groups expectations  D-Groups FAQ  I want more information