Small Christian Communities - How to join them


These are their main characteristics of the Small Christian Communities:

•    They are grounded in faith in Jesus Christ, Scriptures and Tradition.

•    They are linked to other Christian communities primarily through the Eucharist.

•    They are bonded unto the large Christian Community – the Parish.


Small Christian communities are a model of evangelization seeking to build a "community of communities which parish leaders receive an in-depth formation, uninvolved parishioners are invited to join faith-sharing groups, and parish organizations move toward being small church communities, revamping their meetings & allowing the Spirit to open them to a new vision of parish." (Manual: For Leaders of Small Communities In Multi-Cultural Parishes, Betsy Lamb).

The Mission of a Small Christian Community is:

•    The evangelization of its members and the whole society, by bearing witness, teaching and learning to one another, bringing support to the People of God.

•    Enriching the Liturgical Life and Ministries of a Parish, in the service, especially to the poor and marginalized in our Society.

•    A Small Christian Community Gathers Regularly for mutual faith sharing with the Scripture reading and Reflection in prayer and worship.

•    Serving the Community of Faith and the Liturgical Life of a Parish: as Lectors, Ushers, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist etc.

•    Visiting the sick and the homebound: Bringing them Holy Eucharist and ministry of caring.






Regular meetings: How often, for how long and where do they meet?


Weekly, every two weeks, or monthly, depending upon the structure and needs of the group.

Normally in homes or at the parish Center.

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