Congregations seeking to transform recognize that unity is not achieved by everyone sitting in the same worship center during the same hour participating in the same worship style. They also recognize that disunity can happen unintentionally when people sit in different places to worship at a different hour participating in a different worship style.
However, that is not a reason to fail to diversify the worship opportunities. Congregations seeking to transform recognize that unity comes through interpersonal relationships. Therefore, the focus on inter-generational, inter-tenure, and inter-worship service fellowship and spiritual discipleship experiences can create deep, lasting relationships.