The POST is an experimental community of faith of ABC/Wisconsin that was conceived with consideration to various individuals on the fringes of the ABC/Wisconsin family, current challenges facing the Christian church including categories of people that are not currently fully engaged with existing congregations for a variety of reasons, and the possibilities of mission throughout the state.
The POST's mission is to develop a community of faith purposed to:
- Place the remnant and the rising among the people of God thru
- Online & in-person engagement toward Jesus Christ-discipleship for
- Service to the ministries and communities connected to the ABC Wisconsin region while
- Trusting in the guidance and revelation of the Holy Spirit
The POST currently meets online via Zoom on Monday evenings from 8-8:45 PM CT. If you have trouble joining, read our handy guide here.
If you are interested to learn more, contact email@example.com or request to join Facebook group: “The POST-ABC of WI”
Some recent thoughts from members of the group:
I have been involved with the Post almost from it’s conception. Although it has changed over the years, I’ve continued attending the studies because I feel I can express myself and ask questions without being judged. It has become a safe place for each in attendance to share opinions and enter in discussions that challenge and stretch our minds. I’ve grown closer to each in attendance and feel respected for my ideas. The group has become my “online” church family. - Peggy Wolf
I have been attending and enjoying The Post for some time now. It’s composed of a friendly group that enjoys being together. In them I find the camaraderie of exploring, discussing, questioning, and examining the Bible, the world, and our place in them. Members come and go and daily schedules can mean you miss once in a while, but usually there will be ministers and lay-people that interact freely and are not judgmental. There is a free flow of discussion and thought provoking insights are shared. Being people we can even get sidetracked and move into something unplanned but on everyone’s mind! I don’t see a typical Bible Study group of read, discuss, read, discuss. Many approaches to understanding the message have been used and it would seem the possibilities to try new ideas are endless. As the year unfolds and church year events approach the group plans together how we would like to address a certain area of study, or practice of meditation, or branch off into a method that a member of the group uses and would like to share regarding how they bring the Holy Spirit into life in their daily activities. Currently, for Lent, we’re combining Bible study from the Gospels with the poetry of Emily Dickinson. It’s different and sparks some insightful discussion that brings new life to the Gospel reading and to the poetry as we can see differences and similarities between the two. Two heads are better than one rings true as many get involved and share ideas. The group will pray for individuals and worldly needs that we bring up in our time of fellowship. When I leave a meeting I feel spiritually enlightened, refreshed, challenged, and looking forward to the next meeting. - George Scott
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