Intentions for Cell

cell image website“The New Testament repeatedly challenges and inspires the Church not only to meet together, but also to live in authentic community with one another. Our relationships need to go beyond superficial acquaintances, to life-giving and life-changing friendships through which God can shape us, and shape the world around us.”

Cells (small groups) are the lifeblood of the church; providing an environment of deepening relationships and the opportunity to care for one another. We see small groups as an important part of the Church family. This is where you will grow in your Christian faith, with love and encouragement from friends.

Cells are more friendly and accessible places for new people who don’t know much about church to come and find friendship, acceptance, and the beginnings of Christian experience

Fellowship – cells promote fellowship and friendship, and give people a sense of inclusion; they are also the best and easiest way of caring for one another pastorally

Cells become the place where we belong. Sunday worship remains vital as the place of celebration where we are church together. Junior Church is the Young People’s expression of this.

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