Watch the video above and talk about it with your group or mentor. Learn more.

Every time your group meets is a precious opportunity! This worksheet will help you keep your team stay focused and prepared for maximizing every one of your group's meetings and events.

Key Points:

  • Lesson – Make a note of what conversation you will be using for the Bible study portion of that meeting. You can find individual conversations on many great topics, as well as organized series, as well as many series.
  • Assignments – This box suggests a number of ways people can get involved in serving the group each week. You may have others, depending on your group. Try to avoid giving anyone more than one assignment. Divide one assignment between two or more people if that helps more people get involved. Use the Team Meeting Planner to keep track of who will be contacting or supervising each of the volunteer assignments.
  • Special Events – As your group creates special fellowship or outreach events, record your plans here. Take note of who will be leading in each aspect of the event.

Quote This:

If you want a great group, you need to be intentional about each group meeting.

See Also: Series for Small Groups

Talk About It
  1. What is your initial reaction to this topic? What jumped out at you?
  2. How might this worksheet help you to manage your regular group meetings?
  3. Explain some reasons why every member of the group should have some responsibility in the group?
  4. Discuss the pros and cons of using different people for various duties, versus assigning one person permanently to each role.
  5. Why is it important to keep track of group assignments?
  6. What are some kinds of special events that a small group might consider planning?
  7. Write a personal action step based on this conversation.