LIGHTHOUSES

Lighthouse

What are they?

Missional communities serving geographical locations. They are extended families made up of 4-50 people living in the same area. Empowered by prayer, they are focused on reaching out to their neighbours in creative ways with the Gospel. They seek out the last the least and the lost and bring God’s kingdom to bear through word and action. They encompass the three dimensions of church-life:

UP – GOING DEEPER INTO GOD: worship

IN – MAKING NEW DISCIPLES: discipleship

OUT – TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES: mission

Where and when do they meet?

They meet in homes doing life together; eating together regularly, worshiping, praying, doing Bible study, ministering to each other and doing mission.

How are these groups formed?

Each group serves a geographical location within the parish and beyond.

How do I get involved?

Speak to the Lighthouse leaders that are serving your geographical location and ask to join in. Alternatively, you could contact the church office if you are unsure. Email office@sthughs.org.uk

 
Missional Small Groups – Laurence Singlehurst

03 Oct 2015: Missional Small Groups with Laurence Singlehurst – Session 1.
03 Oct 2015: Missional Small Groups with Laurence Singlehurst – Session 2.
03 Oct 2015: Missional Small Groups with Laurence Singlehurst – Session 3.
04 Oct 2015 9am: Laurence Singlehurst talking on Small Groups.

Talks from the Mar 2014 MissionAll Conference

Paul Maconochie’s Morning Talk

 
Paul Maconochie’s Afternoon Talk