Welcome to Woven. We're  dedicated to intentionality in everyday life.
This page is a work in progress, stay tuned for more.
"As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another."
Proverbs 27:17 
What is Woven?
We're a small group/discipleship ministry that aims to compliment the dynamics of the modern church.
Many churches today operate like an event. Often you attend a service, the church staff operates everything, and you leave. This isn't inherently wrong, but there's a level of intentionality and relationship that can't be reached in this format.

Many churches have bible studies, but often these don't allow time for the sort of open dialogue and working out of faith that we as Christians desperately need.

The original Church required a high level of relationship and intentional interaction with other believers. The Church is small groups. Investing in other Christian's lives, and allowing others to invest in your life truly helps your relationship with God grow.
How does it work? - Initially our focus is to grow the first round of intentional Christians through our group. Our goal is to be real and transparent, and focused on dedicating time towards growth in our faith.

Everyone is different, and that means our individual relationships with God will look different, but we are all part of the body of Christ, and in that we can find common strength and motivation.
How can I get connected?
Contact Jarren Horrocks at jarren@thejarren.com.
Most of these generalizations are related to the modern church in the United States. This is by no means meant to be an insult to anyone, nor is this one-hundred percent true of the United States as a whole. Again these are generalizations.

Woven is instead meant to shed light on a problem in our modern Christian community (as well as attempt to solve it). I have immense joy when I think about our Church in the United States, though nothing is perfect. My goal with Woven is to inspire others to take initiative and challenge their friends and family to intentionally grow in their faith.

- Jarren Horrocks