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Page history last edited by Andrew Alder 16 years ago

If you find a perfect church, don't join it. You'd spoil it. - Billy Graham.


I guess the first question is, do you want to join this cyberchurch?


Joining a church means sharing in its





all three. The best fellowship comes from service in mission, and true mission can only come from worship.


There is lots you can do without joining. You can pray, and send prayer points. You can participate in the forum. You can link to this site from other websites, you can send us messages of encouragement, or criticism, or both, either public or private. You can think of many other things. But to fully participate in our worship, fellowship or mission, you will need to commit to all three, and join.


This commitment might not be as scary as it sounds. Praying for this cyberchurch is worship. Contributing to any of the email groups, or the private wiki, is fellowship. Contributing to the public wiki is mission. It's not going to take your whole life to fulfill those commitments!


Membership here is not exclusive. You can remain in your old church as well (in case you were wondering). At least, as far as we're concerned there's no problem.


If you feel you would like to do this, that's really exciting.


Step one is to pray about it. We hope you've done that already, but if not, no problem. It's never too late!


The next step is to tell us.




Or, if you have more questions, ask us.


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