what is dry bones society?
The Dry Bones Society was born out of a desire to create small collectives of students seeking deep, authentic conversations and relationships with others asking the same questions. The Dry Bones Society is composed of multiple chapters, each consisting of anywhere from 6-10 students and two or three volunteer Chapter Leaders.
Chapters meet at various times and locations, but involve a weekly commitment to gather and share about all that happens when faith and life collide.
If you're looking for a way to connect on a smaller-scale level, we invite you to check out a DBS chapter.
"They have been saying, 'Our bones are dried up, our hope is lost, and we are cut off.'
Therefore," says the Lord, "I will bring my Spirit into you, that you may come to life.
- Ezekiel 37:11-14
what we ask
A dbs group leader WILL:
Be responsible for co-leading weekly chapter meetings
Listen, encourage, and build relationships with members of your chapter
Continue to grow in their own faith journey
Attend weekly chapter meetings
Prepare and share content with chapter members
Attend one training meeting per semester