It’s intentionally diverse
Our community values creating ways for us to connect, care and foster meaningful, safe and fun relationships. People of all ages are welcomed. We come from different backgrounds, different hometowns and different church experiences (some have lots, some have none).
Below are some of the ways to connect to our community.
Care groups in a single word is: Connecting. This is done in 3 ways.
1. Care groups are about community. It’s a place we share life and put love, care and sharing, and service into practice.
2. In care groups we study the Bible together, focusing particularly on how our faith connects with our day-to-day life.
3. By sharing life and studying together, care groups help us deepen our relationship with God. Groups are reminded of this by spending time during every gathering in prayer.
There is a weekly zoom meeting where we pray for needs within our church family and the larger community around us.
Open to all who love visiting over a hot or cold drink. Men’s and Women’s groups meet throughout the week, typically during the day. These are drop-in groups, no sign up and no commitment.
Starting in January 2022, Neighbourhood church is starting a new book club. The book club is open to everyone and will meet on the last Monday of each month.
The first book we’re reading is The Challenge of Jesus by N.T. Wright.
Date / Time: January 31, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Location: Neighbourhood Church
Important Note: The first meeting the group will be discussing the first half of the book. Please have that portion read for discussion.
To sign up and more information please contact Simon or Mike at: firstname.lastname@example.org