St Pixels Church


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Imagine church with no cobwebs, wooden pews, hymn books, overhead projector, leaking roof, organ fund... or even church building. That's where you are right now. Welcome to St Pixels, the online church in 3D where you can meet others, talk about serious and not-so-serious stuff, discuss what you do and don't believe, go to regular services, and join a pioneering worldwide community

O come all ye faithful?


The majority of us believe in God, pray and think of ourselves as Christian, despite not going to church. But if you cut out the middle man isn't it cheating?

Births, deaths and marriages. They're the only events that get most people in the UK through church doors these days and even that is too often for some.

But this doesn't stop the majority of us calling ourselves Christian. More than half of British people say they believe in God despite only one in seven actually attending a Christian church service each month, says a new study.

It seems that while people find the church thing a little bit difficult, they are willing to recognise God. There's even a cute catchphrase for this absent majority - believing without belonging.


  1. "believing without belonging" ... a scary phrase. In my view, it means "intellectualizing truth" without "living the truth".
  2. Is this what Christ called us to?
  3. Our Lord promised: "And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it." (Matthew 16:18)
  4. On this rock, I will build My church! The Roman Catholic Church sees that this rock is Peter. Protestants view that this rock is commitment and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
  5. Church can be messy and uncomfortable:

    1. People older than us ... younger than us
    2. People richer than us ... people poorer than us
    3. People that might disagree with something we do
    4. People too strict ... people not strict enough
    5. People more committed ... people less committed
    6. People smarter (and more educated) than us ... people not as educated as us

  6. Christ calls us to faith in Him ... and commitment to Him as evidenced by belonging to a community with other believers
  7. Hebrews 10:25 tells us: "not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near" (English Standard Version).

Easter season is when we celebrate the literal bodily resurrection of our Savior. Read about His resurrection in the Gospels: Matthew 28.

Is the resurrection important? Answer: 1 Corinthians 15

Is the resurrection important to you? If so reconnect with a church where the Scriptures are taught and Christ is exalted as Savior and Lord!

1 comment:

  1. I think that you have the right view. Its never a bad thing to give people another avenue to share thier faith. But its incredibly easy to represent yourself as something that you are not to a group of people that you only talk to on the internet. The folks in your local church and in your local community get to know you and to hold you acountable. They call you when you aren't around. Not to mention that you miss the support of a local church group. My buddies on the internet boards that I frequent have never brought my family a meal when we needed it, but my church family members have.


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