MISSIONAL Communities

“We’re like extended family, sharing life and serving others.  We eat, pray,  laugh and learn together, just as Jesus and his friends did.”

Most of our gatherings happen throughout the week in a network of groups that we call missional communities.

They’re a great way to do life together, to experience deeper relationships, and to explore what it might mean to follow Jesus.

We meet in homes, cafes and playgrounds across the suburbs of Hobart.

Each of our communities is different! They all have a specific vision for serving their local community, to make a difference in the lives of others. 

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Our long-term vision is to have a missional community in every suburb of Hobart.

Each of our communities is different, and have a specific vision to serve in practical ways.

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South Hobart

Loving neighbours and healing social divides as a hospitable community

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Risdon Vale

Restoring bikes and serving the local school



A new missional community called "Kings" is forming in Kingston

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A new community called "Fern-Tree Foragers" is in formation

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Let us know if you have an idea for a new missional community!

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Let us know if you have an idea for a new missional community!


A Missional Community is a group of about 15-50 people (including children) who share life together in an intentional way.

They have a stated purpose, or mission, to bless the wider community in practical ways. They are warm and welcoming and feel like an extended family.

Missional Communities are not bible studies or cell groups. They are more organic than this. They are formed around rhythms that help people share life together in a connected way. 

Every Missional Community is somewhat unique. While most involve eating, praying, learning and serving, they all do it differently. Some focus on a place, such as a suburb. Others organise around social activities, hobbies, or social justice causes. Really, the options are limitless.   

You can connect in different ways, depending on how involved and committed you want to be. There are social activities (such as BBQ’s, street parties), as well as spiritual activities (like church in the home). 

Missional Communities may be a bit confusing if you only know church as a program or an event. But this is how church is meant to be — a loving, generous group of people who practice the ways of Jesus in everyday life. 

Like any healthy family, Missional Communities involve people from a variety of backgrounds and beliefs. Our leaders all follow Jesus, but you don’t have to believe what we believe to connect, build friendships, and get involved in meaningful ways.

Our communities are places where you can explore belief for the first time, in a safe and non-judgemental way. Just come along, hang out, and if interested, join our spiritual conversations.

Yes, you can! We love supporting people who have a heart for new Missional Communities. 

For us, the key is relationship, alignment and trust. 

If you want to start a group (or if you have an existing group who wants to consider partnering with us) please get in touch!

The best way to connect with a Missional Community is to contact us to start a conversation.