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2022.01.27 15:11 healinglearning My church has a ‘no alcohol’ guideline for all church group meetings & sent out a long explanation/justification. I feel this is too controlling. Thoughts?

As mentioned in the title, my church introduced a guideline ‘banning’ the consumption of alcohol during any formal or informal cell group meeting (formal being Bible study and informal being casual meet ups with people from the same cell/church).
I personally think this is quite controlling, patronising and quite frankly an overreach. Given that you’re of legal age and not an alcoholic, a Christian adult should be able to have a glass of wine during Bible study or over a meal with their fellow Christians (as many do!). A very lengthy explanation/justification of this guideline was sent out (below) and I’m curious how any of you would react if your church sent this out (and implemented this guideline).
Cell groups = small groups of people from within the church. Usually around 10-12 people.
—— Dear cell group members
I am writing to inform you regarding the subject of drinking alcohol in cell group meetings. Some of you have previously asked me if it’s okay, and in the absence of an explicit church policy, I had decided not to make any restrictions, but to merely urge caution and self-control.
Recently however, (Head) Pastor and the rest of us in the pastoral staff team had an opportunity to bring up this subject, and clarify for ourselves our church’s official stance on the drinking of alcohol in cell group meetings. Together, based on our understanding of Scripture and our cultural context, we decided eventually that it is most wise and loving to exclude alcohol from both formal & informal cell group meetings in our church.
This would thus be our official church guideline – that we not drink alcohol in cell group meetings, both formal and informal. Formal meetings referring to those meetings where there is a clear word discussion agenda, and the focus of our mind is devoted explicitly to spiritual things, and informal meetings referring to those meetings (in the cell calendar) which has a free agenda, or a meeting (outside the cell calendar) which the cell spontaneously decides to hold, that has a goal directed more loosely towards fun and bonding.
Let me say at the onset what this church guideline is NOT:

  1. This is not the advocacy of teetotalism (complete abstinence from alcoholic drinks). We are not requiring teetotalism of the members of our church. You may, if you wish, drink alcohol, in its myriad forms, in other contexts, as long as it does not lead to drunkenness. While it must be stressed that the alcoholic content of some types of drinks (e.g. hard liquor) today by far exceed that of the kind of alcohol referred to in the Bible, ultimately, it is drunkenness that is forbidden, not the consumption of alcohol per se (Eph 5:18). We are not seeking to bind your conscience to that which we believe, is not explicitly forbidden in Scripture.
  2. In a similar vein, this guideline is not meant to be a condemnation of alcohol per se. The Biblical picture painted of alcohol is actually both sobering and uplifting at the same time.
On the one hand, the sobering warnings about the misuse of alcohol evidently abound.
(Verses: Proverbs 20:1, Proverbs 23:29-35, Proverbs 31:4-5, Romans 13:13, Galatians 5:21, 1 Peter 4:3)
On the other hand, there are uplifting verses that celebrate alcohol (in the form of real, fermented wine) as a gift from God.
(Verses: Psalm 104:14-15, Proverbs 3:9-10, Ecclesiastes 9:7, 1 Timothy 5:23)
Not to mention that Jesus’ first miracle was to produce wine at the wedding in Cana (John 2:1-12), Jesus drank wine (Matt 11:19) and that the Lord’s supper (Matt 26:26-29) itself involved wine!
At this point, I’ll comment briefly that historically speaking, grave concerns arose in the evangelical world regarding drinking, especially as the alcoholic beverages industry began emerging and devastating thousands and millions of lives in the 19th century right up to today. That’s actually 1 key reason why so many churches decided to swift from the serving of wine to grape juice (or other kinds of drinks) for the Lord’s Supper.
As the pastoral leadership, we are well aware of both Christian traditions that celebrate feasting with much wine, and those that avoid alcohol altogether like a plague. Indeed, our church has good friends on both sides! On our part, we seek to do our best in holding in tandem the tension of these 2 ideas (alcohol as dangerous, and alcohol as a gift to be enjoyed) together.
  1. This is not a guideline to be employed rigidly without thought. For example, we recognise how possible it is for 1 kind of meeting to evolve into another - try this: if our cell meeting is from 8-10pm; is it still a cell meeting if a few of us (or say all of us) go out together privately after that; is it ok to drink then or not?
We are also well aware that any broad guideline often finds itself logically subjected to questions regarding numerous other specific scenarios – what if we want to meet together with other cell members on our own to have a drink together; is that ok? What if we are drinking with other church friends, who are not part of the same cell; is that ok? What if we decide to have a cell meeting at a restaurant; is it ok to order alcohol? What if it’s a wedding banquet, and our cell is seated together; is it ok to ask for alcohol? What if we meet at a church member’s house for a gathering; can the host bring alcohol out to treat the guests (who are from the same cell/church)?
The general answer to all the above questions is that you have the freedom to decide on your own, based on your own conscience. We are not prohibiting you in these various scenarios (or many more that could be imagined) to exercise your freedom in Christ to drink alcohol.
If that be the case, why have such a guideline, you may ask? Wouldn’t it be simpler and neater to just say – drink as you deem fit; just don’t get drunk?
Here are 3 key reasons why we think such a guideline is helpful:
  1. It should be reasonably evident that it is not ideal to drink in a formal cell meeting meant for the gathering of God’s holy people for worship, fellowship, and the discussion of God's word. This is because clarity of mind is needed to focus on God, and alcohol has the potential of distracting from that focus. That is why we would advise against the drinking of alcohol in such a cell context. What about an informal cell meeting? This is where we as a pastoral staff team see the supposed goal of fun and bonding in such a cell meeting as essentially meant to be edifying still. Whenever we meet together with the understanding that we are members of the same cell, formal or informal, edification is a good, desirable end amidst the fun and laughter. Alcohol, with its dangers, may unfortunately, as often proven to be the case, lead people who lack self-control to fall into the sin of drunkenness.
The pastors in this church are keenly aware of the abuses recorded for us in the annals of church history or even in our memories through our accumulative ministry experiences. Seeking to do our best in leading all of you, we see ourselves as ultimately and directly responsible before God for all the cell meetings held under our church’s covering. In view of this, we discern that it is not wise and prudent to allow for such an increased potentiality of sin in a cell meeting. This simple guideline aims to protect you, and also grants us a clear conscience before God that we are leading all of you responsibly.
  1. Recovering alcoholics/Christians whose families are destroyed by the abuse of alcohol may be present in any cell meeting. Usually, Christians think of drinking as rather innocent until you get to meet and know someone who has been really badly hurt by it. These people may not tell us, but they are among us. Some of them are already in our church; some others may be unchurched but are visiting our cells with the intent to find God and community. When they see alcohol in our cell meetings (formal or informal), they may be witnessing a temptation they are trying desperately to flee (but they may be too ashamed to say), or it triggers memories that pierce their hearts with grief. In Rom 14, Paul tells us in v20-21: “Do not, for the sake of food, destroy the work of God. Everything is indeed clean, but it is wrong for anyone to make another stumble by what he eats. It is good not to eat meat or drink wine or do anything that causes your brother to stumble.” Given our awareness of the history of alcoholic abuse right up to this day – we’re talking about literally hundreds of thousands and millions of affected people globally - the loving Christian necessarily would want to exercise caution, so that he or she does not stumble (or hurt) another brothesister.
This principle actually applies to non-Christians too. They may come for a cell group (formal or informal), trying to seek God as they see a correlation between the cell, the church and ultimately God, only to find themselves stumbled by alcohol before we could even show them the beauty of the Cross. Again, since we are aware of such a possibility, it would not be loving and kind to insist on our freedom to drink rather than to consider the interests of others above our own (Phil 2:4).
  1. Our restraint in drinking serves as a model for younger disciples of Christ. Many teenagers, upon turning 18, see drinking as a rite of passage into maturity, and sadly, their curiosity can push them off the cliff into the depths of drunkenness and debauchery. When we actively disassociate the drinking of alcohol from cell (or other church-based) activities, we are lovingly, through our actions, discipling by example those who have just reached the legal age to drink. Even if they are not present in our cell meetings, what we do in our cell meetings have a bearing on the younger ones in our church, as they come to hear and learn about our activities. Instead of fanning their desire to experience intoxication, it’s good to model for them in our cell meetings instead what it is like to be filled with the Spirit, and its accompanying fruit, self-control. This guideline is thus an encouragement for you to be this kind of mature, loving disciple-maker. In other words, the guideline mirrors what the Spirit in you is guiding you to be in his work of transformation. In this sense, we are seeking your good and maturity in proposing this guideline.
Conclusion:
You should see by now that these 3 key reasons can actually be employed beyond the cell meeting. Whether it is for the purpose of edification, not wanting to stumble, or modelling, these reasons are actually fitting for abstinence for many other possible scenarios where people are around (except quietly drinking on your own at home!). We want to encourage you to think in terms of principles that aim to be maximally God-glorifying and loving, rather than what is simply the ‘rule’ for each scenario. The former’s focus is on God; the latter’s focus is on self.
As I have said, the pastoral leadership has no intention of stretching this guideline into all these other possibilities. We are happy to propose this guideline with reasons regarding what we deem necessary – our cell meetings – but allow you to employ godly discernment on which other occasion to drink or abstain.
I hope this lengthy explanation helps clarify our church’s position.
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