What are City Villages?

City Villages (CV) are our pathway of discipleship. They are house churches of around 12 people who commit to live the mission and values of The Good Neighbor Movement. They meet in homes, coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, outdoors, and other community spaces. We believe it takes a village to raise disciples.


Do you desire to be part of a community to support you in deepening your spirituality and engagement within your neighborhood?

We have one city village downtown and one in the Ole Asheboro neighborhood. Downtown is an eclectic, professional, diverse group of folks. We meet at the cool shops, pubs, and restaurants downtown! Ole Asheboro is a historic black neighborhood known for its commitment to social justice and community development. Ole Asheboro is comprised of working class, black, white, Latinx, and Asian folks. Contact us here to learn more about our current city villages or the possibility of launching a new city village in the neighborhood where you desire to be rooted.