WE BELIEVE IN Missional Communities

Missional Communities are Jesus-centered groups of intimacy and impact, where we seek to grow in love for God and creatively engage in His mission together. Worshiping with a large group of people is great, but people usually need a smaller context where they can know and be known; where they can bring their spiritual gifts and play an active role in the mission. Missional Communities seek to provide that context.


The Open Table

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SUNDAY - 1:00pm

Come join us as we follow Jesus' example of sharing meals and the Word together every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sunday right after church! We will share a provided lunch together and then spend time in God's Word. We look forward to sharing our Open Table with you!

Contact: Elizabeth Joy Hooker & Maiken Day

 


Women at the Well

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Wednesday - 9:30Am

Women at the Well is an intergenerational group of women who meet weekly to lift each other up. Just as the Samaritan woman encountered Jesus at the well, we hope to do the same and receive His “living water” (Jn 4:10). Every meeting includes fellowship around coffee, an engaging talk, group discussion, and prayer. Since childcare is provided, this is a great event to attend if you're a mom, or know a mom that you think it would bless.

Contact:  Robin Perry or Christine Pratt

 

Levy Park Group

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WEDNESDAY - 6:00pm

Levy Park Missional Community wants to bless the Levy Park neighborhood with the love of God and help make it the awesome neighborhood it aspires to be. Twice a month we host community dinners to meet and love our neighbors, and the other weeks we study Richard Foster’s Celebration of Discipline, learning how to live rich, full lives as followers of Jesus. The parents also pool together for childcare. If you live in Levy Park, or have a friend who does, please reach out to us!

Contact: Henry Miller & Sarah Hall

 

Frenchtown

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The Frenchtown Missional Community is a long-term, sustainable witness in the Frenchtown Neighborhood to the love and justice of God. We’re invested for the long haul, patiently praying, sowing, caring, and building relationships. While we continue to await the Spirit’s leading to focus our mission efforts, we plan to devote this semester to prayer walks and small service projects in the neighborhood, and to partner with Food for Thought on Wednesday nights. If you share our heart to see God’s power and purposes unfold in Frenchtown, please get in touch!

Contact: Johana Williams or Karissa Bodoh

 

Food for Thought

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Wednesday - 6:30pm

Food for Thought is a dinner and discussion series on faith, reason, and skepticism.  It's a great place to invite skeptical friends, or simply to learn more about for yourself about the relationship between faith and reason. Childcare and dinner will be provided for children ages 12 and under. We'll meet every other Wednesday at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall to discuss a new topic.

Contact: Karissa Bodoh or Scott Phillips


Inward - Outward

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Thursday - 7:15PM

Inward/Outward is an openhearted open house for anyone who needs a place to belong. We build stronger connections with the people in our lives through meals, game nights, time outside, and other social gatherings. We open our homes regularly for Bible study focused on the theme of "gospel invitation," worship, prayer, and life-sharing. We have a particular heart for those who are new or still feel new to Tallahassee and Incarnation. Get in touch if you share our hunger for a close community that disciples us to grow deep relationships with Jesus and each other, and to extend bold, gospel invitation for others to join us. We also have a place for children to hang out and play while we meet, but don't provide formal childcare.

Contact: Jon Orcel & Stefanie Kreamer


Matthew 25

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BEginning This SUmmer

The Matthew 25 Group will be a Men's Bible Study and Prison Ministry. It will be a chance to study the Scriptures and have fellowship with other men, and then put the Word of God into practice by being a light to men at the Wakulla Correctional Institution.

As Jesus said, "I was in prison, and you came to me..." (Matthew 25:36).

Contact: Aaron Taylor