Missional Communities

When we aren’t gathered on Sundays, as the “church scattered” we will be spending time one-on-one, having coffee or meals together, getting to know our neighbors, and looking for ways to care for them and one another.

As a church, however, we want to use this season of church life to develop into a community of disciples so we can make much of Jesus together on mission in Wilmington. One great way to do this is through community groups.

Here at Grace City we use a community group model called Missional Communities (MC). Missional Communities are small groups of people who gather together regularly (apart from the Sunday meeting), who pursue the renewal and redemption of their community together.

Our vision as we grow is that missional communities become the primary way to connect with others at GCC and pursue life on mission together. These will be geographically-oriented and will be formed as needed.

MC’s will be shaped around 4 kinds of gatherings (schedule forthcoming):

  • Family Meals: We’ll gather as a church once per month (other than Sunday) for food, fellowship, and intentional discussion;
  • Discipleship Groups: We’ll also gather twice per month at a different time, men with men, women with women, for sharing and accountability;
  • Third Place: Third Place allows us to gather at a neutral, natural, regular place for fun, sport, etc. This is an ideal opportunity to invite a non-believing neighbor as a “front door” to Christianity. This will be introduced at a later time.

For more information on Missional Communities, visit The Hub.

Grace City Church Wilmington

Meeting Sundays at 10am
1121 S. Front Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
(910) 707-4633

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