The pastoral work of Koinonia John the Baptist is spread across three pastoral lines called KeKaKo (Kerygma – Karisma – Koinonia):
- the direct proclamation of the Kerygma and the training of evangelizers through schools of evangelization;
- the promotion of evangelization meetings and the formation of various services and charismatic ministries.
- the formation of communities where friendship and the experience of the risen Lord Jesus are lived intensely in prayer and in the sharing of life.
Every Koinonia pastoral activity is actively inserted into the local ecclesiastical structures, bringing its own contribution to the realisation of individual pastoral plans.
A House of Prayer is an evangelization activity structured as a weekly evangelization meeting based on prayer and testimony and directed at those who are far away from the faith; it is organised in a private house and is led by a member of the community.
A Familial Community brings regional members together for monthly meetings and promotes the spiritual growth of these members through times of community and sharing in prayer, teachings, intercession and fraternal love. This monthly meeting is called an Agapito, which refers to the relationships of friendship that are at the heart of being Koinonia.
Koinonia Day is a monthly meeting of all local community members who meet to grow in spiritual life, in sharing and in evangelization.
The various ministerial activities are occasional works of an evangelizational and formative nature of common interest, such as meetings of evangelization, training and growth; meetings specifically geared towards children, youth, couples and consecrated members. It includes other categories and special ministries for both community members and for various ecclesial realities who ask for help, as well as evangelization activities geared exclusively for abroad.
The School of Kerygmatic Evangelization, in its three different forms: kerygmatic, charismatic and koinonia, is mainly a systematic, formative program which gives a concrete response to Jesus’ missionary mandate and to the invitation of the Church for New Evangelization. Through specific courses and seminars and an active-participative methodology, it aims to spread the Gospel by training evangelizers who know how to announce the Good News in a simple, practical and creative way, serve with an evangelical spirit and live christian life fully and with joy. The School offers training programs at various levels: formation in Christian life, training evangelizers and forming the trainers of evangelizers.