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What are Gospel Communities?
Gospel Communities are small groups that gather weekly to help people grow in the gospel, family and mission by sharing life, praying for one another and discovering God together. – (Acts 2:42 – 47; Hebrews 10:23 – 25; 1Corinthians 15:1 – 4; John 20:21)
Who leads our Gospel Communities?
Our gospel communities are lead by members & leaders of The Well who have completed the process of membership and exhibit the gifts, experience, commitment & passion for leading a gospel community. We are committed to continually providing the training, evaluation & resources necessary for our leaders to guide our gospel communities into further health & growth in the gospel.
Where do our Gospel Communities meet?
Some gospel communities meet in coffee shops, some meet at local pubs, some meet in living rooms and some meet in the church building. Regardless of where a gospel community meets we always stress that growing together in the gospel as a community is not contingent on the building but is dependent upon the work of the gospel in each person within the community. This means that we are committed to fostering a diverse community of individuals who are committed to growing in the gospel, family and mission by sharing life, praying for one another and discovering God together.
Do our Gospel Communities follow a specific study?
Some gospel communities study through books together. Other gospel communities share the responsibility of bringing a passage of Scripture & discussion points within the members of the community. Other gospel communities study through entire books of the Bible together and other gospel communities facilitate conversations that hinge on the sermon from the Sunday gathering that week. The point here is not necessarily the delivery method (book, sermon, informal discussion, etc.) but the content (Scripture, the gospel, etc.) that the community is gathering & growing through.