Missional Communities as the Primary Organizing Structure of the Church.
Typically, churches consider their Sunday gathering to be their primary organizing structure. But since the church is a people on mission for the glory of God – and not simply a building or gathering – we find missional communities to be a better organizing structure and central to everything we do.
We've been blessed by God to be a blessing to the world, not simply attend a gathering.
So What Exactly is a Missional Community?
Family + Missionaries + Servants
A missional community is a family of missionary servants sent as disciples to make disciples in a specific area to a specific people group by proclaiming the gospel in word and demonstrating God's love in deed.
To clarify, a Missional Community is not primarily a small group, Bible study, support group, social activist group, or weekly meeting.
Each year our Missional Communities covenant together to reach the people to whom God is sending them and prayerfully consider how to be effective missionaries for the rest of the year.
Our goal is Gospel Saturation. We define Gospel Saturation as one Missional Community for every 1000 people in the Greater Nashville Area. Currently Nashville is home to around 1.8 million people. So, to make our goal a reality, we would need to plant 1800 missional communities.
Current Missional Communities
THE ALCOVE MC
3136 Weatherstone Cv W, Antioch TN 37013
- Led by: JJ & Ashley Benson, Matt & Lauren Gray
- Contact: JJBenson@ResonateMadison.org // (615) 289 - 0603
- Watch a video about The Alcove MC.
FOR THE CITY MC
107 Woodruff Street Madison, TN 37115
- Led by: Shane England , Josh Rose
- Contact: LG@ResonateMadison.org // (832) 330 - 3999
THE NATIONS MC
615 Ronnie Rd. Madison, TN 37115
- Led by: Sam & Cheryl Dahl, Jeff & Lynne Holder
- Contact: Sam@ResonateMadison.org // (615) 438 - 5278
THE ROADIES MC
Madison, TN 37115
- Led by: Robbie Melton
- Contact: RobbiePMelton@gmail.com // (219) 616-3935