Missio Dei Community

What the heck does Missio Dei mean?

It’s Latin. Explanation here.

 

Who is the leadership of Missio Dei?

At this point the lead/vision architect for Missio Dei Community is Bobby Marchessault. He oversees and casts vision in relationship with a few other dreamers and leaders who are a part of the movement. You can visit his blog at myworshiprevolution.com.

How can I get involved?

There are a number of ways you can get involved.

1. Join us. We meet together on most Sunday evenings. If the things you are hearing interest you, we’d love to have you join us then or to serve with us in the community sometime or simply to hang out and get to know us. Whether you live in Santa Cruz already, are considering moving to the area, or feel that God is calling you here to be a part of creating culture and making God’s Kingdom tangible, I’d love to grab coffee with you. Email Bobby.

2. Be in the know. You can subscribe to our email snapshots and visit our Facebook page to see what’s going on in our community.

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4:00 pm Communion: The Wisdom Tradition
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