Today people ‘hang out,’ ‘hook up,’ and ‘chill,’ together. This could refer to anything from socializing and meeting friends at a mall, to dating, or more fleeting and self-serving encounters. In some circles, people ‘get together for afternoon tea’ or ‘grab a coffee’ after the gym. Or you might connect on Facebook or keep your exchanges to 140 characters or less. Do any of these expressions or modes or communication lead to or nurture meaningful and authentic relationships? Well, possibly. But what about ‘doing community’ together? What does that mean? The early Christians ‘did community.’ Why? What did it accomplish? Come by Innis Town Hall this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we examine the meaning and benefits of community in the last of our series on World Changers.