Jessica Rivera2 months ago
so, I was looking at what you are doing....and what's always made church interesting to me is people's commitments to a group relationship - like a body. I mean, that's how the "church" started. Keeping denominations and liturgy aside, church was defined by community - praying together, breaking bread together, sharing everything they had together, rejoicing together, and bearing each other's burdens together - in the same room, often times in someone's house. I struggle with the idea of multi-church sites for that very reason. Is fellowship really the same virtually? I've definitely seen this benefit communities in places where church isn't really available, but is that our struggle too now?