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We are all made in the image of God, and part of that image is community. Through the Christian doctrine of the Trinity - that God is one God who exists eternally as three persons in eternal, perfect community - we understand that humans not only long for but are also made for community to reflect the image of the Triune God. Much of the loneliness, pain, and fragmentation we feel in life are a result of sin marring our image of God, and putting a wedge between community and relationships as God designed them.
While we believe that it is vital to gather each week for gospel-centered preaching, teaching, and music, church is much more than attending a service. Biblically speaking, church is not a place you go to, but a covenant community you belong to. It’s people living life together, eating meals together, and helping one another serve our communities. Each week people meet in homes to learn about God, pray, eat, laugh, and live. It's how we grow smaller and the only way to not get lost in the crowd.