Who are we?
We are first and foremost, disciples. We are more than church members, or attenders. We are believers. We are disciples of Jesus Christ.
What we are we doing?
We are disciples making disciples. In obedience to commands of Christ in the Great Commission to go and make disciples, and our of love for our fellow man, we seek to share the gospel with everyone who needs it.
Why are we doing it?
Simply, we do what we do because we love Jesus and we want other people to love Him too.
What is our role?
In one simple sentence – we are building a church that follows the biblical pattern. We have only the standard of the New Testament Church to live up to. Personally, we all have to answer that question as well. Where do you fit in? What is your critical role? That is where Project 2:46 comes in.
We are calling this Project 246, after Acts 2:46 and the pattern we see there: “… And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house…” Within that pattern, community groups provide opportunities to make connections and build relationships with those who are new to the faith and/or new to our church family.
Right now we have several community groups that meet at different times and places throughout the week in order to minister to a broader base of people. The groups are determined by age, common interest and station in life. They serve to strengthen our commitment to the Word of God, prayer, fellowship, service and missions. Also, they build a sense of priority, loyalty and accountability within the body.
If you are interested in being a part of a community group, please contact the church office for details.