"God does not do collectives?" Uh . . . ever heard of the "Chosen PEOPLE"?
"For you are a holy people to the LORD your God; the LORD your God has
chosen you to be a people for His own possession out of all the peoples
who are on the face of the earth. "The LORD did not set His love on you
nor choose you because you were more in number than any of the peoples,
for you were the fewest of all peoples, but because the LORD loved you
and kept the oath which He swore to your forefathers, the LORD brought
you out by a mighty hand and redeemed you from the house of slavery,
from the hand of Pharaoh king of Egypt" --Deut. 7:6-8
I could provide numerous verses to show that God works collectively as well as individually.
God created nations. (Gen. 10:1-11:26)
But the point is kind of moot. Jason didn't and does not say that God saves "Presbyterians" only. That is not at all the point of the video.
While I am not a "member" of a church currently I do agree with God that it is important not to "neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but
encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is
drawing near." --Heb. 10:25
Being a follower of Christ is not wholly an individual affair. We are to "doers" not just "hearers". "But don't just listen to God's word. You must do what it says. Otherwise, you are only fooling yourselves." --James 1:22 And sitting alone with your Bible under the tree does not provide much opportunity to put your belief into action. It is when we are in relationships that we are tested and our professions challenged in action, not just in word. We are to love God with all our hearts AND also one another. Living alone, acting alone, retreated from others . . . is not what Jesus taught--this is what the Eastern religions teach.
We are not to live in the abstract, but in the real world, in interaction, where our beliefs and faith can be put to use, honed, developed. The visible "church" is a special, set apart gathering for this--a "spiritual laboratory", if you will, where we learn to love one another, bear each others' burdens, strengthen and encourage and check. . . .