Church on the Block Training
Welcome To Church on the Block. We are so excited to offer this amazing way to connect with those around you in a meaningful, live-giving way. Below you can learn more about what Church on the Block is and how to get involved. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out.
FAQs – What is Church on the Block and more
Church on the Block is a neighborhood-based expression of Lifepointe Church, meeting in homes, clubhouses and community centers around the Triangle area.
Groups meet weekly to watch an online worship experience and discuss it as a group afterwords.
Where small groups have traditionally been a way to build community in addition to a Sunday worship experience, Church on the Block combines the two environments into one. For this reason, Church on the Block is intended replace both a small group and Sunday worship experience, replacing it in one unified environment.
Technically, yes! However, Church on the Block is designed to replace the Sunday worship experience for most people.
Because Church on the Block meets in homes and utilizes online content these groups are able to meet at any time of day and any day of the week. As a result, groups meet at various times that best fit their group.
In addition to watching and discussing the weekly worship experience together Church on the Block locations commit to serving in the community once every 4-6 weeks and hosting a party for friends or neighbors every 4-6 weeks.
There are two great ways to get involved. Sign up to try out our four-week Church on the Block Primer which will help you and your friends discover if Church on the Block is a good fit. After, you can choose to participate in and/or host a location near you.
Absolutely. While the kids experience may be different than in a Church building we have tools, materials, and content designed to help your Church on the Block location lead kids to connect with God.