“ORDINARY PEOPLE SHARING LIFE AND FAITH”
Small Church Communities help us to discover and honor our own life experiences and to connect them to our faith through sharing of the Scriptures.
The experience deepens our intimacy with the Lord through personal and community prayer; enriches our participation in Eucharistic worship; challenges us to live our Catholic identity by Scripture teaching and reflection; allows us to share the Good News of Jesus with others through word and example; intensifies our commitment to building God’s Kingdom of justice, peace, and love; acknowledges the gifts of the Holy Spirit in our own lives and helps us to affirm them in others.
As Jesus said to his followers, “Come and see.”
- WHERE? The Small Church Communities meet in a home of one of the members.
- WHEN? The Small Church Communities meet for an hour and a half, twice a month.
- WHAT? The meeting consists of reading and reflecting on the upcoming Sunday Scriptures, prayer, and support for one another.
- WHO? Anyone can join a Small Church Community.
Join us today!
For more information, contact Mary Ellen Teeter at (619) 435-8386.
Essential Elements of SCC
Prayer – Personal • Group
Support – Life & Faith • Personal & Public
Reflection – Life & Faith • Personal & Public
Learning – Faith • Social Analysis • Bible Study • Catechism
Participation – Parish • Community • Church • World
Mission – Individual • Group