Waakaa’igan Maamigin – What is a House Gathering?
House Gatherings consist of families and friends gathering together to fellowship with the Creator. This is a time to connect with family, and friends (who become like family) and to encourage one another. Share a meal, pray for those in our lives and have some fun together!
What does a House Gathering look like? While they are a reflection of those present at the gathering, here is our goal:
– Sharing meals and sharing the Lord’s Supper
– Praising and Worshiping to the Creator Jesus
– Praying for one another and growing together in faith
– Overcoming addiction with the love, support, and prayers for each other
– Encouraging each other to grow
– Equipping individuals with the Good News of the Gospel, to become Disciples and share the word
– Having fun together!
The “Ecclesia” or early New Testament, Gatherings were all about getting together as a family, in what was recognized as “Family Circle” and would take place in a home setting. Native Strong ARC is dedicated to help build these Family Cirlces with friends and family, through our House Gatherings or Waakaa’igan Maamigin
Waakaa’igan Maamigin – Ojibwe translation to House Gatherings
House Gatherings provide a friendly and inviting atmosphere for Indigenous people to meet in a familiar and comfortable Family Circle. Creating community and gathering like our brothers and sisters did 2,000 years in the book of Acts.
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