We were made to live in community. Here, we do that through House Church - the space where we truly engage with what it means to be the body of Christ.
Present to God. Present to each other. Present to the world.
There is a limit to how deeply you can connect with people in a Sunday gathering, so House Church is the space where we engage with what it means to be the body of Christ. We share meals, worship, read the scriptures and learn to live missionally in our neighborhoods, workplaces and schools. House Church is also the place where you can be honest. Where you can be fully known. When we look at the New Testament Church in the book of Acts, we see a vibrant community living their real lives together as they met in the temple courts and in their homes. House Church is also the place where we discover that God wants to use each of us in his mission. As we grow as disciples of Jesus, we realize that we all have special gifts that can uniquely serve the church and the world, and we all have a special role to play. We have House Churches that meet all across the community. We like to think of them as “pockets of presence” reaching out to different parts of the city.