It’s about Jesus
It is all about Jesus.
The best way to explore what that means is by joining a Missional Community. That’s where the truths Jesus teaches us get fleshed out and lived out. Our missional community leaders can walk you through all the Kaleo basics, and, when you’re ready, connect you with a DNA (Discipleship, Nurture, and Accountability) Group.
WHEN TO ARRIVE:
Kaleo Church, El Cajon, Gathering – This congregation gathers on Saturday nights at El Cajon First Baptist Church. We recommend you arrive around 5:15 pm for the 5:30 pm gathering. There is plenty or parking at the church.
WHAT TO WEAR:
This is easy. Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. We are informal churches and accept people as they are.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
For some people going anywhere for the first time can be a bit of an uncertain experience. To help avoid any worries here’s a quick summary of what you can expect at any of the gatherings.
People show up prior to gathering and can find a seat and spend time greeting one another. The gathering usually begins with the reading of a passage of the Bible. A music team leads the congregation in songs both at the beginning and at the end of the gathering. The sermon, or teaching, is based on the Bible and is designed to help us understand God, who we are, and the world we live in. After the sermon we enter into a time of communion to thank God and remind ourselves of our love and need for Jesus Christ. The gathering usually includes a few announcements and a benediction to send people off with a ‘good word’ of encouragement. After the gathering, people often spend time enjoying one another’s company, then frequently go in groups to lunch or dinner.
Is it just Saturdays?
Absolutely not! God is with us all week long and we aim to lead lives pleasing to him. We’re not perfect and we do make mistakes, but we desire to make a positive difference in everything we do. To further encourage us, we live life in smaller groups we call Missional Communities. Missional Communities are a great way to get to know others in the church and to be real with each other about everyday living.