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A typical small group meeting is one and a half to two hours. However, it is unique for each group, depending on the type of group, and should be worked out by agreement of the group members in the process of developing the Small Group Agreement that covers what will be done and how it will be done in your small group. more
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A typical small group meeting is one and a half to two hours. However, it is unique for each group, depending on the type of group, and should be worked out by agreement of the group members in the process of developing the Small Group covenant that covers what will be done and how it will be done in your small group. Be sensitive to needs. Better to be a bit short than too long. more
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