THE CELL COMMUNITY THE EXPERIENCE – WHAT IS IT ?
The Cell Community is a community of small faith groups which strive to support the faith of people in the following ways :
The 7 purposes of a Cell Group :
- To grow in intimacy with the Lord
- To grow in love of one another
- To share Jesus with others
- To minister in the Body of Christ
- To give and receive support
- To raise up new leaders
- To deepen our Catholic identity
CELL GROUPS :
Groups can vary in size from four to fourteen, at which point the group divides (multiplies ) into two groups.
Each group is cared for by a leader who facilitates each meeting and encourages the members to participate in the work of evangelisation.
CELL MEETINGS :
The cell groups in Adamstown meet every two weeks – usually in the home of the cell group leader.
The structure of a cell meeting is :
- Singing and Prayer
- Sharing experiences, thoughts and ideas
- Reading a Scripture passage and reflection
- Listening to a taped teaching prepared by the Parish Priest. (Followed by a short discussion)
- Intercessory Prayer
- Cuppa and chat
- here is a strong social element to the community.
“Come & See”
The Parish Cell Community is an open forum where all are welcomed.
The Parish Cell Groups meet every two weeks
Meetings last about 90 minutes and are open to all parishioners.
If you are new in our parish or would like to “Come and See” a Cell meeting please call 087-6685077 without delay.
NATIONSAL PARISH CELL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
There is now a National Association of Parish Cell Communities – co-ordinated by Fr. Michael Hurley, the original founder of the Ballinteer (Dublin) Cell Community.
Everyone is very welcome
For further information please call 087 6685077 or e-mail email@example.com