Without the church building, people have lost the church body. They seem to be simply adrift, but they are seeking community
Programming Won’t Solve Attendance
John Tillman

I disagree. I think the community was lost first and that’s why the building doesn’t matter anymore. When the Church lost (and continues to lose) its credibility and authority as a life and community affirming center as opposed to the center of judgement it has become, that’s when we became disjointed.

The building is not the center of how and why to worship God. Isn’t that what Jesus told the woman at the well? When we worship in spirit and in truth, we can worship anywhere.

That’s what I think anyway.


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