Redeemer Report - Redeemer Churches and Ministries

Feb 4, 2020
Staff & Leadership

Welcome to the Redeemer Report, the official platform of It Is Well Living Church where we share news, announcements, and updates about our community groups (formerly known as fellowship groups). In this article, we will dive into the exciting changes we've made and explain why community groups are essential for fostering connection, spiritual growth, and support within our church family.

What Are Community Groups?

Community groups are small gatherings of individuals within It Is Well Living Church who meet regularly to strengthen their faith, build relationships, and serve the community. These groups provide a safe and supportive environment where people can share their joys, struggles, and questions on their spiritual journey. By coming together, we cultivate deep connections and foster a sense of belonging, which is fundamental to our church's mission.

Why Did We Rename Fellowship Groups?

The decision to rebrand our fellowship groups as community groups was driven by the desire to create a more inclusive and inviting environment for everyone. The term "fellowship" sometimes carries a religious connotation that might alienate individuals who are new to faith or exploring their spiritual beliefs. By embracing the term "community," we emphasize our commitment to welcoming all individuals, regardless of their background or beliefs, into a supportive and caring group that nurtures personal growth and fellowship with others.

The Benefits of Joining a Community Group

When you join a community group at It Is Well Living Church, you open yourself up to a wide range of transformative experiences. Here are some key benefits you can expect by participating in a community group:

  • Meaningful Connections: Community groups provide an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who share similar struggles, interests, and aspirations. These connections often lead to deep and lasting friendships that support you through both the ups and downs of life.
  • Spiritual Growth: Through regular discussions, Bible studies, and prayer, community groups offer an environment where individuals can deepen their understanding of faith, ask questions, and explore spiritual concepts in a supportive setting.
  • Accountability: Being part of a smaller group encourages accountability in our spiritual, personal, and communal lives. Community group members can help each other stay focused on their spiritual goals, maintain healthy practices, and navigate life's challenges.
  • Practical Support: Whether you need a helping hand during difficult times or assistance with practical matters, community groups are there to provide support. You'll find a network of caring individuals who are ready to offer comfort, assistance, and advice whenever needed.
  • Opportunities to Serve: Community groups often engage in local outreach, missions, and volunteer work. Being part of a community group opens doors for you to make a positive impact in your local community by serving those in need and spreading love and compassion.

How to Join a Community Group?

Joining a community group is simple! Visit our website or reach out to our church office for more information about the available community groups and their meeting times. We have a diverse range of groups tailored to various life stages, interests, and locations, ensuring that you'll find one that suits your preferences and needs. Don't hesitate to reach out and take the first step towards meaningful connections and spiritual growth.


At It Is Well Living Church, we believe that community groups are the heartbeat of our church family. By participating in a community group, you'll experience a renewed sense of belonging, deepen your faith, build lasting friendships, and make a positive difference in the lives of others. Join us today and embark on an incredible journey of connection and spiritual growth!

Edward Gim
That's what we needed!
Oct 18, 2023
Dave Reynolds
Great to see the Redeemer Church prioritizing community groups for connection, growth, and support within the church family. Exciting changes ahead!
Oct 5, 2023