What are GRASSROOTS Gospel Communities?
Gospel Communities are gatherings of 6-16 people that engage in missional rhythms of life together with intentionality. They eat, learn, pray, serve and seek to tangibly express the kingdom as a sign, foretaste, and instrument. They are smaller scattered communities in our city that intentionally gather to engage culture, make apprentices (disciples) and multiply into other neighborhoods.
These communities are the primary way we connect with others and live our lives on mission. These smaller groups of people provide an opportunity to know others and be known. Through these relationships, we mutually challenge and encourage one another to truly believe our identity in Christ and live life in rhythms that reveal to the world who God truly is – that his kingdom would come, his will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
Each community identifies their unique mission within the larger church family and meets regularly to eat, learn, pray and be together on mission, living out the Gospel in real and tangible expressions. Because our family gathering (Sunday morning) includes people from all over the city, we desire that you be a part of the Gospel Community closest to you so that you can build community in your community.