We have been created to live and work in community.

But all too often we see ourselves primarily as individuals. Living faithfully in a neighbourhood involves two interwoven threads: learning and action. Both learning and action lie at the heart of the local churches identity.

Church can no longer simply be an experience to be passively consumed; rather, we are called into the participatory life of a community.

At Collective we use the 4 G's as a rhythm for living as a church. Gather, Give, Go and GROW.

GROW includes our DNA groups and Learning Collective. You can learn more about each of these areas below. Get in touch for further information.

Learning Collective incorporates teaching with tactical training, coaching, and a chance to experience proven vehicles for discipleship and mission.

We spend time exploring many aspects of theology, but also ground this in church methodology and missional application.

A Learning Collective gathering includes teaching, break out spaces where we have group times spent exploring how we can each grow in the areas being taught on, but also together we plan how our church can grow in these areas. It's a collective learning experience.

There's no cost for the 2017/18 term. RSVP below to sign up. Open to anyone, but spaces are limited. 

Our topics for 17/18

The Church, The Life of a Disciple, Creation, Q&A times, The Holy Spirit, Sin, Hell, Heaven..., Sexuality, Science & God...

Discipleship is the intentional pursuit to follow Jesus while apprenticing with others. The Apostle Paul said "follow me as I follow Christ" so we try create clear pathways for this.

The term “DNA group” refers to a group that ideally consist of three people—men with men, women with women— who meet together every 1-2 weeks over a cup of coffee, in a home, over a meal, or at a bar, for deeper vulnerability and accountability in following Jesus. They seek to be known and to bring the gospel to bear on each other’s lives so that they grow to become more like Jesus. 

DNA is an acronym that reminds us of three key components of discipleship: Discover, Nurture, and Act. 

The goal is to help one another to discover Jesus in the Scriptures, nurture the truths of the gospel in our hearts, and faithfully act on what the Spirit calls us to do.