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Connect with the Bread and Wine Community

In a world where we are always connected but seldom know authentic community, we seek to be a deeply relational community.  It is not always easy, but we ask the community to lean into relationships through all their awkward, broken, and beautiful parts.

We welcome everyone to engage in our common spaces. 


In Person

We meet at the White Barn at the Berry Farm on the 1st, 3rd, and 4th Sundays of every month (join our Facebook group to get the latest scheduled events).

  • 1st, 3rd, and 4th Sundays - 9:30 am to 10:30 am-ish for Sunday morning Service.

  • The 2nd Sunday is up to you. Take that opportunity to sleep in late, enjoy another cup of coffee, invite someone over for dinner, and/or spend it with your family. We all have too much going on, so here's an excuse to reclaim some time for yourself or to invest in others.

Wondering what to expect at the barn?

  • We have warm coffee and cold donuts.

  • If you have kids, awesome. Please know that we are intentional about having them as a part of our gathering.

  • We serve communion every time we gather. We use real bread and real wine because that's what Jesus did.

  • Sometimes we have a worship team; sometimes we play music on a speaker (actually, most of the time it's music played over a speaker). It's a little awkward at first, but we are fine with it. This time isn't about what is happening up front; it's about what's happening inside.

  • We try to keep the dogs and sheep out, but sometimes it feels more like a manger than anticipated.

  • We ask a lot of questions because we believe it helps us build an authentic faith. Feel free to participate and ask questions.

 

Online Community

The Bread and Wine NWA Facebook Group along with the website is our main communication & connection portal. 

Please join and you will see the latest news, thoughts from the community, follow up and preparation for our Sunday gatherings, service initiatives, and more.


Social Media

A lot of life sharing happens in these social spaces, so follow along, tag us, and let's connect here as well.

You can always use the #breadandwinenwa hashtag as well.