Since the very beginning of Christianity, small communities of Christians would gather together in their mission to follow Christ. They prayed together, broke bread together, and built God’s Kingdom on earth together. The community of believers was of one heart and one mind (Acts 2:42, 44, 46). In his 1998 post-synodal exhortation Ecclesia in America, Pope John Paul II recommended small Christian communities as a way to reestablish human relationships in church communities.
Parishioners are invited to form their own BCC groups. Each group can decide their own dates/times/location of meetings, or the manner in which they would like to work and grow in their faith lives.
If you would like to start your own BCC but aren’t sure how or have questions, you can contact Melinda Brown at 317-663-7654 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can fill out the form below.