Our desire is to foster a church community where believers can belong, serve and grow.
So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up. Ephesians 4:11–12
Our church is made up of groups of people: we gather together for Sunday worship, break bread at Men’s Meals and Ladies Agape Dinners, do ministry and missions work, share prayer requests in small groups, and connect deeply with a few close friends for accountability and support.
These days a lot of “meeting and greeting” and sharing our lives with each other happens on our computers and smartphones. We post family pictures on Facebook, read the Prayer Chain email, watch or listen to teachings, send texts to our friends and arrange face-to-face meetings.
That’s why we have Koinonia Connection – the church’s online community.
The Connection, also known as CCB (after the Church Community Builder software that powers it), is an online site where you can access a church directory of phone numbers and email addresses, participate in ministry teams, set up recurring gifts, register for events, and more.
Here’s a video that will take you through the basics:
Getting into the Connection
The Connection site is exclusively for people who call Koinonia their home church. To access it, you must sign up for an account and get a username and password. Most of you already have an account, though you may not remember your password!
If you have been at Koinonia for a while, try to log. If you have forgotten your password, click the “Forgot username or password” link.
If you are new to the church, you can register here:
Once you have logged in, take a few minutes to fill out the details of your profile, upload a picture, and set your preferences. Find out how to do all that at this link: