What happens at a Cell Group Meeting?
A cell group consists of six to twelve people who meet regularly for spiritual support. Usually the cell meets in a member's home sometime during the week. Cell members seek to encourage each other through worship, prayer, outreach activities, and the application of the Bible's message to life. The five specific objectives of a cell group are: To build relationships with each other as a family (Fellowship) To help each other live out faith in everyday life (Discipleship) To utilize each one's spiritual gifts for helping one another (Ministry) To love others to Jesus (Outreach) Give praise and thanks to God (Worship) A cell group meeting lasts approximately ninety minutes and usually offers opportunity for extended fellowship.
He makes the whole body fit together perfectly. As each part does its own special work, it helps the other parts grow, so that the whole body is healthy and growing and full of love. ~ Ephesians 4:16