God made us for relationships. As human beings created in the image of God, we operate best when we connect with others in community. Experiencing genuine Biblical community (Acts 2:42-47) in a society that drives us toward isolation is not easy. That’s part of the reason we’ve created our ministry structure in a way that encourages the formation of Community Groups.
Doing life and church together is what Community Groups are all about. For instance, Community Groups at PBC meet together on Sunday morning for breakout sessions before or after each worship service to discuss the pastor’s sermon.
Community Groups also do life together relative to what we call the 7 Functions of Biblical Community.
A Community Group consists of 30-50 people. Because we group our communities by geography, chances are you’ll meet some of your neighbors for Bible study in your Community Group on Sunday morning.
Joining a Community Group is one of the first steps to getting connected at PBC and to experiencing Biblical community as the early church did.
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Enjoy a deeper connection with people from your own neighborhood by attending a Home Group. This is the heart and soul of our ministry at PBC and, we believe, an important step in a person’s spiritual formation journey.
Small groups of people meet in homes throughout the week while providing support and encouragement to one another throughout the year. The 7 Functions of Biblical Community govern what happens in a Home Group from week to week and from season to season.
Several Home Groups make up a Community Group. Both are geographically based so that you can actually do life and church with your neighbors, making it possible for you to experience genuine biblical community (Acts 2:42-47). This is truly one of the unique aspects of the ministry of Pantego Bible Church.
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At Pantego Bible Church we strive to care for each other in community. We believe the people who are best suited to care for your needs are those living closest to you. That’s why we encourage you to get plugged into a community group and/or home group and enjoy doing life together with others who are passionately pursuing God.
In a PBC community group and/or home group, you’ll find people who love you and who really do care about your physical, emotional, and spiritual well being. Community groups mobilize to provide meals in times of crisis, visit the sick in hospitals and nursing homes, extend financial resources when needed, pray with you, and even cry with you and your family.
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Of course, the pastors and staff at Pantego Bible Church are also available to serve your needs. For specific help, please contact your Area Pastor.
Everyone Needs Help Sometime: Pantego Bible Church's Counseling Care Team is available to you and those in your Community Group. If you have counseling needs, contact a member of the COUNSELING CARE TEAM, Charles Yates (817-688-9900), Jim Siebold (817-795-0007), and Traci Siebold (817-795-0007). Area Pastors are also available for assistance or special counseling needs contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email Prayer Chain - Pantego Bible Church has an Email Prayer Chain that would be honored to cover your request in prayer. Please send your request to email@example.com. If you want to be personally contacted in regard to your request, please contact Ryan Rasberry at 817-275-1315 ext 134
Saturday Morning Prayer Group- A group of Pantego people devoted to prayer come together each Saturday at 7 AM to pray for the church and specific requests. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This is an open prayer time so you will be welcomed.