We’ve Seen Megachurch. But How About Micro-Church? (Because How We Do Church Matters)

We’ve Seen Megachurch. But How About Micro-Church? (Because How We Do Church Matters) October 24, 2015

What happens around tables designed to encourage the people of God to see one another, face to face? I would argue that justice, too, begins on a micro-scale at our church.

I thought this was a great complement to the Zahnd piece I shared yesterday. As this apocalypse of faith decline in the U.S. unfolds, how we do church will matter. It’s not that a particular form will be the silver bullet, but rather that learning from the baggage of the past and innovating in the Spirit of the present, into the future, will be utterly necessary.

St. Lydia’s is not only resisting the consumeristic tendency of the American megachurch but also pushing the centrality of the Table as the essence of gospel. While we could certainly debate the liturgical details, isn’t this just beautiful?

Would love to hear your thoughts.

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