Last updated: November 13, 2009 (4 years ago)
Listing created on: November 24, 2008
Prairie Creek Settlement
(Lebanon, Missouri, United States)
- Status: Forming
- Formed: 2005 Established: 2005
- Visitors accepted: Yes
- Open to new Members: Yes
- Website address: http://prairiecreeksettlement.com
- Contact Name: Judah
- Phone: 417-588-1315
The Congregation of Acts, B’nai Israel
Prairie Creek Settlement
PO Box 1208
Lebanon, Missouri, 65536-1208
Visitors accepted: Yes
Except for attending regular scheduled meetings, visitors need to make appointments a minimum of two weeks in advance if possible.
Open to new Members: Yes
No Risk Training Community
If you have several hundred thousand dollars to purchase the necessary land and equipment to establish a community, why risk it?
If you don’t have several hundred thousand dollars to establish a community, we will help you.
We are a training community for people who desire to live in community and/or those who desire to establish new communities.
We are called to establish faith-based, kibbutz-type rural and urban communities all the way from Canada throughout the US into Mexico and South America, Israel, and all the other nations.
We will train you and help you find and train a core group of like-minded people whom you will have the opportunity to spend thirty-six to forty-eight months with prior to risking your personal property or the funds necessary to purchase housing, land, and equipment.
If you qualify, you will have the option of staying at Prairie Creek Settlement, or we will help you find land and build a community.
If you already have land, we will train you in community development and help you find and train a core group of like-minded people you know you can get along with, prior to risking further expenses and the turmoil normally associated with establishing a new community. You can also become a “PCS Sister Community” if you desire; however, that is not mandatory.
The Congregation of Acts, Prairie Creek Settlement, Lebanon, Missouri, location is setting up an old-west homestead, 1800s frontier-type, faith-based community.
This is an agricultural, training, and tourist community located on 120 acres that adjoins thousands of acres of National Forest in central Missouri.
The Community is being established as a self-supporting, self-sustaining sanctuary community for those who are being called out of the world and the world system into community.
We offer a no-risk thirty-six to forty-eight month Discipleship/Internship Training Program that allows people to come in and actually do hands-on community building and experience the everyday reality of living in community before they risk the purchase of land or their personal property, and/or go through all the trial and error of finding reliable and compatible people to join with them in community.
This involves both the spiritual and the physical aspects of living a holy, “called-out,” “set-apart” life in community.
We will assist in obtaining land for rural communities and housing for urban communities.