We believe the Lord is calling us to build hundreds
of more communities by raising up leaders who will form communities.
PM's Small Christian Community Network
Learn about the Communities in our Network
Our community network is the foundation for our many ministries. There are
over 35 communities networked in 5 states. See if there is a community
Small Christian Community Resources
Introduction to Small Christian Community
Gives the basic teaching on Small Christian Communities as taught in the Bible
and by the Magisterium of the Church.
"Unless the Lord Build the House..." Psalm 127:1
Over 60 questions and answers on building Small Christian Communities. This is practical and detailed teaching
concerning all aspects of community.
Building Small Christian Communities (Team Manual)
12 Seminars designed to lead participants into joining or forming a Small Christian Community. The format
of these seminars is similar to a Life in the Spirit seminar. These seminars are also available on
audio and video tape.
Building Small Christian Communities (Guide Book)
A daily guide book for the participants of the above 12 seminars.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cleveland, Ohio (Madison)
We have a good mix of families, singles, couples and kids. Most meetings average 12 - 15 members, and on special occasions have peaked out at 25 attending, which includes six very active kids. We meet every 2nd and 4th Friday evening at 7:30 P.M., always starting with praise and worship lead by 3 very talented guitar players, then we have a P.M. type teaching, followed by prayer/ministry, and ending with food and fellowship. Our 6 kids are a very active part of the praise time, and ending prayer time. They go off to another room for a Christian video, craft project or preparation/rehearsal for the next outreach. Our daily life includes regular contact with most members via morning mass, phone, or e-mail. We have a few members who live quite a distance and contact with them is not as frequent as we'd like. We also net-work with the St. Anthony Community often, such as weekly bible studies, and other events. We had our second summer picnic together and had a wonderful time in the Lord. Our pastor Fr. Sean Donnelly of Immaculate Conception Parish supports us 100% and has attended a meeting, and has given his approval of what we are doing. He said a special mass for us at our summer picnic on our parish grounds.