Neighborhood collectives are the central expression of our life together at The Story, meeting on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month in homes around the city.
What is a neighborhood collective?
Picture the vibe of a large extended family but with more intentionality and hopefully a few less crazy uncles. You’ll find an eclectic mix of people—churched, unchurched, single, married, divorced, young families, retirees, rich, poor, conservative, liberal, different ethnicities—seeking to cultivate a rhythm of life together with Jesus at the center and a strong focus on loving their neighborhoods.
What might you experience in a neighborhood collective?
Rich conversations about life and faith and our world.
Tangible acts of service.
The goal for every neighborhood collective is simple:
Gather together regularly for a meal, cultivating a space for meaningful conversations about life, faith and loving our neighborhood in tangible ways.
To find out more about connecting with a neighborhood collective, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.