What is a Section Community?
A Section Community is made up of people who sit in the same grouping of seats at a Sunday service.
A place to belong - a Section Community is divided based on the way the worship space is laid out. Instead of being one person worshiping among hundreds of people, you're part of a smaller group with those sitting in the same area.
A place to connect - We have a tendency to sit in the same chairs each weekend. You end up seeing the same people each week and become friends. Your Section Leader will help you connect with others in your section and help you connect with activities and events in the church.
How does it work?
Get to know and build friendships with your Section Leader and other members of your section.
Coffee Carts after service - at the back of each section there is coffee and doughnuts waiting for you after service ends. This is a great place to meet your Section Leader and begin new friendships.
Section Parties - A few times each year your section will have a party after service with food and drinks. Invitations will be handed out in the weeks leading to a section party.
Love Berrien Projects - We also want to be the hands and feet of Christ and serve together in our community. Love Berrien Projects are service projects we organize through our Section Communities. You'll learn more about your next Love Berrien Project in service.
St. Joseph Campus, Sanctuary - 9:30am
Sandy and Marty Mason
Tim and Linda Foreman
St. Joseph Campus, Life Center - 11:00am
Lori and Bob Stanwood
Nicki & Marc Danapilis
Benton Heights Campus