Archive for Community

13 Fun Community Group Ideas

At Watermark we hope that Community Groups develop authentic relationships that lead to spiritual transformation.  Group members should become increasingly more known by the rest of the group. Moving towards authenticity and transparency can be scary, especially if you are not already close to your group.  Unique shared…

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How Do I Get Into A Community Group?

With “Community” as our church’s middle name, it’s no wonder you hear about community from us quite a bit. Our mission for community at Watermark is to shepherd our body by “connecting people in authentic relationships that lead to spiritual transformation“. What is a “Community Group”?…

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The Mission of Community

The mission of community at Watermark is to shepherd our body by “connecting people in authentic relationships that lead to spiritual transformation“. Have you ever wondered what that means? How do you develop authentic relationships? Encouragement – Reminding each other of who you are in…

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Will the Real Me Please Stand Up?

There used to be a game show on TV called “To Tell the Truth”. The host would introduce three panelists with bags over their heads portrayed as the same person, and the contestants would ask the panelists prying questions to try to figure out who…

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5 Mistakes That Community Groups Often Make, And How To Avoid Them

Our community team spent some time a few months ago going through some training on how to make the team closer, and hopefully better. Now, it has always felt like together, things were running pretty well… relational trust with each other? Check! But there is…

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Why Is Being In A Community Group A Requirement For Membership At Watermark?

There is a common question we receive about the need for community – “Why is being in a community group a requirement of membership when the scriptures don’t call believers to be in a community group?”  There are several variations of this question or declarative…

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