Burghs are smaller communities within h2o that provide a way for people to gather and grow beyond just Sunday morning, and represent the heart and soul of h2o. At their core, Burghs are centered on relationships - with God, with each other, and with our neighbors. These communities create opportunities for dialoguing about life and real world issues, exploring the Bible and faith in God, and helping each other to grow in our understanding and application of that faith. People in these communities spend time together, eat meals together, serve together, and so much more. They are a communities that seek to turn beliefs and words are into actions by encouraging each other to sacrificially love, care for, and serve people the way the Jesus did, both within the Burgh and beyond the Burgh - in our dorms and neighborhoods, our classrooms and workplaces, with our friends and families, and wherever else we find people in our lives. Simply put, a Burgh is a discipleship community on mission that does life together.