The stunning success of early Methodism as a disciple-making movement was made possible because of John Wesley's genius in organizing believers into band meetings. This book powerfully demonstrates that the band meeting is not merely another church program, but is ultimately the basic transformational community that enables us to be "saved to the uttermost." In our age of digital disconnection, we need Christian practices of community more than ever, as well as a clear sense of what "social holiness" actually is and why it matters. In The Band Meeting, two of the best theological minds have collaborated to help recover true social holiness through the band meeting. This volume is clear and readable, historically informed, and theologically rich.