We connect to a spiritual family that knows one another, cares for one another, and is devoted to one another—under the guidance of a qualified pastor.


At our house church community, we are inspired by the intimate and relational way Jesus lived among people during his time on earth. Just as Jesus shared life with people by the dozens, we seek to follow his example by gathering in small, close-knit communities known as house churches.

In the early days of the Christian church, believers continued this pattern established by Jesus, meeting in homes to worship, study the Scriptures, and fellowship together. This model of house churches allowed for deep relationships to form, fostering a sense of belonging and unity among believers.

By meeting in house churches, we prioritize intimacy, authenticity, and inclusivity, mirroring the early church's commitment to fellowship and mutual support. We believe that this model allows us to live out our faith in a tangible and impactful way, both within our community and beyond.

So whether you're new to Christianity or have been a follower of Jesus for years, we invite you to join us in the journey of house church living. Come experience the warmth of genuine fellowship, the depth of biblical teaching, and the richness of community as we gather together to worship and glorify our Savior, Jesus Christ.


Which House Church should I choose?

House Churches are geographically based, and meet weekly. We want people to live in community with others within their community. People who live in close proximity are more likely to regularly attend a House Church, engage outside of weekly House Church gatherings, and experience genuine community.

What do we talk about?

In House Church, we study the Bible—verse by verse. However, these are not sermons or lectures. Our pastors lead us through discussion questions about the passage that help us apply God’s truth, wisdom, and commands to our lives. This is a safe place to wrestle with faith, be transparent and real.

Is there anything less frequent I can sign up for? 

In the book of Acts, we see that they got together day by day to break bread in their homes. They gathered as often as they could. An every-other week rhythm cannot foster the type of intimate community that Jesus desired for His church to be in. We are asking our pastors and our people to build their lives around their House Church.

What about my children—are they welcome in House Church?

Of course! We have a deep desire for children to see the idea of their parents living in community with others in their church across their city. We want children to see their parents reading the Bible, discussing, praying with, serving, and being in relationship with others in their church. And we want children to have friendships with other kids in their church, just like we want for their parents.

Each House Church has empowered people to help care for kids so you can be fully present and cared for.

Are House Churches & Pastors
 expecting new people?

Yes! House Churches are always open for new people. No one will ever be told that the group is full, and no House Church should cease inviting others to join. We cannot see evidence in Scripture of a House Church telling someone they were not welcome, due to capacity.