Community Groups?


Living in community is deeply grounded in the nature of God. It flows from who God is. It is a compelling and irrevocable necessity, a binding divine gift for all people at all times.


When we look at the early church we get a picture of small communities of people who went through life together. They engaged in having fun together, eating, supporting each other, learning, prayer, radical generosity, and corporate worship. 


God never intended for us to live the Christian life alone. How can we apply these "one another" references unless we are in intentional, close relationships with each other? God calls us to love, not in an abstract or superficial way, but in a real, deep, face to face, life-on-life, transformative way—which can be difficult and messy.


Relationships with one another are critical to our growth in all areas of life and witness to the Good News. It would be impossible to experience community apart from spiritually significant, intentional relationships with others. Relational structures like small groups, therefore, are an integral part of "being" the church and not just "doing" church.


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