Even the RSPB has somethng of value to say on the subject (re. the interdependence of all life) - "Birds are at the core of what we do and will remain so. But we need to deliver for nature as a whole, because that is how natureworks". Mike Clarke, RSPB Chief Executive in 'Birds' Spring 2012
There are many examples of people beng creative as to how they reach the unchurched; cafe-style worship is relatively common now , but cafe-style church less so. See http://www.blaconlife.org/ for an example of one in action in Chester.
Steve Chalke (in Christianity magazine January 2012) writes : "The image of God characterises and defines humanity as a whole.The bible never conceives of people in overly individualistic terms, but always as inherently connected to one another. Our likeness to God cannot be lived in isolation. It can only be lived n human community..... We are just not designed to go it alone"
So 'being church' is a community-based engagement, which is also the model of integral church.