There are a variety of options when it comes to format. You can also consider more than one format. For example, if you decide to meet as a small group, you can work in one unit or more as a weekend retreat in order to delve into that topic more.
Consider the following formats below in addition to the traditional Wednesday night option. These are just a few options:
- Small Group: Allows for advertising of special interest topics. It also allows an opportunity to delve into one topic, related topics, or treat the group like a traditional club going through each unit's subtopics.
- Sunday School: This setting allows for study and optional charted achievement. This setting can work well when midweek options are not possible.
- Ministry Breakout Groups: Use the curriculum as a guide to open discussion and scriptural insight. Treat the activity page or journal work as optional.
- After-School Program: Practical and applicable to un-churched girls, or girls whose schedules work best after school.
- Home School
Co-Op: This setting provides an opportunity to teach character-building and explore Christian education. This also allows home-schooled girls to enjoy time with other girls that girls in private or public school receive.
- One-on-One Mentoring: An established and defined discussion guide to open doors for mentoring and training.
- Weekend Retreats: Allows leaders to delve into specific topics and invite guest speakers, add fun features, and engage in discussion breakout groups.