At Agape House of Worship, our small groups are called Church in The Community (CTC). We believe a church must grow larger and smaller at the same time. Hence, as we grow larger in our corporate worship, we grow smaller through our CTCs. An effective church must passionately pursue the strategy of growing larger and smaller at the same time.
This is the same approach the early church used in raising growing disciples. Acts 2:46, “…they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts”.
Each AHOW CTC consist of 10-15 adults in the same “community” who meet virtually biweekly and in person bimonthly to pursue spiritual growth (learning together), healthy relationships (loving each other), and being witnesses for Christ (living out the gospel). These are key marks of disciples that can only be developed as a community.
Your CTC community can be geographical, life group, or interest based. If you consider AHOW your church home church, we strongly encourage you to find a group near you or that fits you to join.
In summary, an AHOW CTC is a small group of people who are committed to: