At WSCC we have begun asking the question, "How did community form before the days of small groups?" What if we went back there and stopped relying on the ability to program relationships and just began with an invitation? One of the most simple, yet productive and profound things that people are engaged in is the simple practice of inviting. They are inviting people over, inviting people out--for coffee, for dinner, for dessert, for games or just to hang out. People are building community, one relationship at a time, free from all the logistical hassles of joining a small group. It can happen anytime, any day, any situation, kids or no kids, couples or singles. Just invite and see where it leads.