The Christian Community’s structure reflects the community building power of its sacraments. There is an ordained priesthood of men and women.
Congregations are independent, yet unite in regions around a regional coordinator or lenker. The international centre of the movement is in Berlin, Germany.
Congregations exist in Britain, Ireland and most other European countries, in North and South America, Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and elsewhere.
The Christian Community receives all its funding from regular contributions and the free gifts of its members and friends.