Our basic organization structure is what Bill Beckham refers to in his book, “The Second Reformation” as a two-winged church. Just as a bird needs two wings in order to fly properly, the church needs two wings (small and large group settings) to function properly. The small group wing provides the context for the church to experience community and the priesthood of all believers. The large group wing provides the context for corporate worship celebration. Both are essential for fruitfulness in making more (evangelism) and better (edification) disciples. Therefore, we expect all of our people to be involved in both cell and celebration.