Koinonia John the Baptist is structured as a federation which brings together the individual communities called Koinonia John the Baptist spread throughout the world.
Each Koinonia may take a different form, such as an Oasis, a Region and a Reality, all made up of:
- Houses of Prayer (HoPes): evangelization meetings in small groups. They take place periodically in private houses, are animated by the host family and are directed at those who are far away from the faith.
- Familial Communities (FC): small covenant communities formed of members who are grouped together by region. They live in their own homes and participate in the activities and community services of their affiliated Oasis.
- Full-time persons and families: those who have responded to the Lord’s call, dedicating themselves fully to community activities in specific ministries.
- Communities of Life: people who live in the same logistical area and who put everything to shared use within an intensely communitarian climate. They are discerned as:
- groups of celibate brothers and sisters who have responded to the call of the Lord Jesus to follow Him in consecrated life by taking vows of chastity, poverty and obedience;
- people who have responded to the call of the Lord Jesus to follow Him in consecrated life by taking vows of chastity, poverty and obedience while continuing to live in the world singly or in small communities of shared living;
- family groups where members have responded to the call to community life, living it in married love, with various degrees of sharing.