Humans are relational beings. We were made to work, live, celebrate, and even mourn together . These days it’s easier than ever to connect with others through email, text messages, and social networking. But the pressures of work and family, an increasingly mobile lifestyle, and the abundance of technology and media diversions in our lives push us toward isolation. We live in “crowded loneliness.” Even at church it’s easy to come and go – sing some songs, hear a message but never go any deeper than a polite greeting and handshake. Is that just how it is or is it possible that the church was meant to be so much more? In this message Stephen explores what it looks like to build a community “for us.”