We at Trinity Vineyard believe that community is basic…
The bible teaches that once we accept Christ, we become friends with God and also with other believers. These friendships are basic to what it means to be a Christian. (Romans 12:4,5)
Unfortunately, it’s hard to experience real friendship or community at our weekend worship services. Meeting “face-to-back-of-head” once a week for an hour and a half with 100 people is not what the writers of the New Testament had in mind when they wrote about community. While our worship services are a very important part of our church life, it’s at our small group meetings that we can experience and build lasting friendships.
Being in relationship with other Christians is vital to your spiritual health and growth. If you are not yet involved in a small group, we would urge you to make time for this in your life. Here is some helpful information to get you started and answer some of your questions.