Our large-scale Sunday gatherings are important for being part of the body of Soma. But just as important to our vision of the Christian life are our small-scale (10-20 people) weekday gatherings, which we call missional communities (MCs).
MCs are the primary vehicle for…
1. Discipleship – The process of learning to follow Jesus in relationship with others
2. Care – Having your spiritual and physical needs met by Soma
3. Mission – Engaging the world around you with the gospel of Jesus
We establish MCs by geographical proximity first – to gather people who live close to one another, regardless of their age and life stage. We find this makes it easier for people to get to know one another and to live on mission together. That’s not a mandate, but it’s our preference.
Guests are welcome to visit MCs at any time.
Our MC's are also open to visitors and non-Christians. Newcomers are welcome to meet Soma folks who live nearby, see what it looks like for us to live the Christian life, and ask questions about Soma or about Christianity.
If you need help identifying which group might be best for you or have questions, contact Josh Stahley at firstname.lastname@example.org.