Cell Groups

Some articles on cell, cell groups, cell group, cells, group:

Holy Trinity Church, Leicester - Holy Trinity Church Today
... Holy Trinity is a cell church, where church members belong to small cell groups which meet regularly for bible study and prayer ... The cell groups are organised in a hierarchical structure, whereby cell groups within a particular geographical area within Leicester grouped into a 'pastorate ... As a cell group grows, once the attendance consistently exceeds twelve, the cell will 'multiply' to become two cells ...
Cornerstone Community Church - Cell Groups
... Cell groups are a fundamental part of Cornerstone Community Church ... The foundational purpose of the cells is to be a place for relational connectedness ... Whether the group consists of adults, working professionals, or youths focused on evangelism or discipleship, it is a place where the love of Christ is experienced in a most personal way ...
Cathedral Of His Glory - Structure of The Church
... The Cathedral of His Glory operates out of a simple cell group program where the cell leaders must undergo nearly an "encounter" retreat followed by an entire year of training and studying the Biblical doctrines ... The pastor and his wife have twelve men and women in their cell groups and then those members each have twelve members in their cell groups ... After those members graduate, they then form their own cell groups and the cycle continues ...

Famous quotes containing the words groups and/or cell:

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