Our midweek communities are one of our highest priorities & the highlight of our church family. Some things that make our communities different are:
1) We want you to join the community that is geographically closest to where you live.
Committing to those geographically near you empowers local mission in your area of the city and undercuts cliques, embracing the beautiful diversity of the Body of Christ. If the community closest to you meets at a time you can’t meet, go on to the next closest community or reach out for help. Email Grant, firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Communities are where we focus on building family, growing as disciples of Jesus, and taking part in God’s mission in our local cities.
In many churches, the staff pastors take care of all the community needs. We believe that is unsustainable and removes ownership from the Body of Christ for the work of loving and meeting the actual needs of the community. So, our communities are where you find the strength of family. It’s also where we practice the way of Jesus together as disciples and take part in God’s mission.
3) We share a family meal each week as an act of communion.
Holy Communion is a sacrament or holy practice of the Church. We honor all traditions but practice community with an actual meal where we eat together and remember the way of life, the death, and resurrection of Jesus as the center-point of who we are individually & collectively. When you come to community each week, you’ll be responsible to add to a larger, themed meal. Eating is what family does.
We have 3 communities that currently meet with the plan to expand soon! So if nothing fits your schedule, stay tuned! Click the RSVP link by the community you desire to join or email Grant if you have any other questions: email@example.com.
Location: 3805 Glenn Road, Columbus, GA 31909
Time: Tuesdays @ 6:30pm
Location: 1818 Wells Drive, Columbus, GA 31906
Time: Thursdays @ 6:30pm