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"For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them." (Matthew 18:20)
Church home groups connect the unconnected. Home groups, cell groups, connect groups, small groups, care groups - whatever you call them - are vital to the health of the church.
Church home groups meet for the purpose of getting connected and staying accountable. It's tough for church members to change churches or drop out of church when there is a network that keeps them tied to the church. Church home groups notice when members are not present. Church home groups notice when mixture moves into a member's life. And church home groups notice when a member is wounded, isolated from the group, or even ready to take on more leadership.
Church home groups offer a protected setting for members to use gifts and talents and to share more intimate situations in life--since the groups are small in size. Furthermore, church home groups allow for personal prayer and testimony. Church home groups allow the groups to focus on particular ministry to its members, to the church, or ministries outside the church. Church home groups provide members with opportunity to assimilate pastoral messages and share in Bible Study. Church home groups create fellowship times of food and fun. And finally, church home groups connect members from similar life situations, or they simply connect members--so no one stands alone.