The statistics regarding church attendance and relevancy in today’s culture seems to be getting more and more bleak. With church participation steadily declining in America it is important for churches to let go of outdated models and begin to explore new ways for people of faith to gather together. This week we talk with guest co-hosts Zach Kerzee and Christy Wright of Simple Church. Simple church is a dinner church that is doing some creative things to reclaim the community and intimacy of church gatherings. They are breaking the mold for what it means to be a thriving congregation. They don’t meet on Sunday, they don’t have a building and they don’t even have an organist. What they do have is bread.
Simple Church (Website)
Simple Church (Facebook Page)
Simple Church (Instagram)
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Four Star Farms (a family farm in Western Massachusetts providing locally grown grains, freshly milled flour, hops and turf)
Thank you to Mike Golin for our intro and outro music. Check out his band Soulwise.
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