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The editor of the San Diego Reader has asked me to find home churches, prayer groups, punk rock ministries– the new and offbeat to review in my Sheep & Goats column. Let me know if you have a suggestion…

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  1. Cool. I’ll look through these. From what I recall most of these are ‘churches’. I’m trying to find the unchurched stuff going on in the Christian community. Someone mentioned a thing called ‘the movement’ in San Marcos. Jason Evans is doing something here in SD (he’s at http://www.thelivinghome.com). There is another thing called Cevyn up at UTC….

  2. Is Ventura anywhere nearby? ‘Cause I know a home church community there that is connected to mine , they live in community and practice open, non-hierarchical meetings…in general though, you can find some “punk,” “goth,” and “underground” stuff on my site, http://zoecarnate.com

  3. Hey Drew . . . found your blog via the Kaleo website. I hope all is well with your community. The Movement in San Marcos is a pretty large church by now – up over a thousand, but only a couple years old. The pastor, Jeremy McGinty is a good guy. His brother Jobey leads worship. I don’t know if they’re Sheep and Goats material, but definitely worth checking out – you may be able to find an article on them on the North County Times website.

    Another UTC area group is called Ethnos – new church plant. I don’t know if they have formally launched yet.

  4. Ventura is a little too far. San Diego County, maybe Riverside is the area covered. Thanks for the list at your site… I’ll go through it.

  5. Steve,

    Good to hear from you. I left a post at your blog. I’ll check in to Ethnos. I found their website at http://ethnos.us. Looks like they’ve planted and are meeting.

  6. Ya, I checked out The Movement up in North County a few weeks ago. I was amazed at the balance of teaching and worship. I thought it was going to be another slick church but it turns out it preaches the truth! I would love to see them in the Sheeps & Goats!

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