If you live in the Treasure Coast and you’re looking for a place to grow spiritually in community, let us know. Joining a microchurch starts with getting to know the people involved and seeing if it’s a good fit for you and your family. Relationships take time!
Microchurches are a form of the church that is accessible to all.Brian Sanders, “Microchurches, A Smaller Way”
A priority of microchurch is to create space for relationships to form organically. If you’re an outgoing, gregarious person, you might jump in with both feet and connect right away with others in the group. If more reserved, it might takes many weeks to feel connected. Both are equally valid responses for a newcomer. A regular practice of microchurches involves a simple meal, just like the early church did together. You’ll find that sometimes more “church” happens around the table then anywhere else!
Alcoholics Anonymous has a saying, “It works if you work it.” What they mean is that there is nothing magic about the AA program or the gathering itself. AA works when addicts turn the words of the Big Book into practices and do the hard work of recovery. Jesus had a similar saying:
“These words I speak to you are not incidental additions to your life, homeowner improvements to your standard of living. They are foundational words, words to build a life on. If you work these words into your life, you are like a smart carpenter who built his house on solid rock.”Matthew 7:24-25, The Message
Microchurches follow a “curriculum of Christlikeness” based in the scriptural practices of worship, community, and mission. These practices help us build a life on the solid rock of Jesus’ words and live them out together.
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