Learning Communities are varied spaces that allow people to connect outside of Sundays. This allows us to “cross-pollinate” with people outside of gatherings and house churches in order to grow, learn, lead, experience, serve and explore with other hungry people in our church. They are intended to provide times of equipping, connection, growth and learning together. They vary in topic, time, location and size throughout the year. It may, for example, a women’s study, a men’s discipleship group, a study of the book of Mark, times of prayer and intercession, a community focusing on faith & art, or a study of the Holy Spirit. Stay tuned to the calendar for a list of Learning Communities currently going on. For further information or questions, contact Doug Moister.