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WHAT IS A HOME GROUP?

What is a Home Group?
In the New Testament or Good News we find descriptions of early believers and biblical Judaism life that are very appealing. Groups who regularly met together were close knit, dynamic, and excited about their faith. They have a communal lifestyle. These original groups met in people’s homes and experienced an intimacy that is often lacking in a modern congregation (Acts 2:43-47, Ephesians 4:15-16).

In Hineni, involvement in a home group is one of the most important ways to begin growing and continue growing as a believers. These groups provide a place for believers to develop close fellowship and to learn and grow. They also help non-jewish, pagans, G-d fearers  and  jewish sympatizers learn more about what it means to be a Torah-based believer.

The Bible explains God has arranged a special role for each believer in the local believers community (1 Cor. 12:11-25). To that end, we emphasize becoming part of a home group where we can share hebraic and biblical love with one another in practical ways and learn about the Bible/Tannak. Home groups often take part in fun and exciting group activities, offering an ideal environment to develop deeper friendships. 

Our Home Group Connection is designed to help you find a home group that suits your needs and interests. There are a wide variety of groups within our congregation. We can match your interests, lifestyle and location with a like-minded group, and  we look forward to hearing from you.

About Anni Orekh

Anni Orekh (which translated from Hebrew means: I m an editor (Publisher) it is the online pen-name of author and Managing Director of MD Enterprises.

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