We’re Glad You’re Here
We know it may seem a little different to go to someone’s house for church.
Read more about us below and get in touch with any questions!
A Different Kind of Church
House Church is different from most churches. We meet in homes, but there is more to it than that. Each service is an opportunity for everyone to minister to each other.
What to Expect
Each service begins with a time of singing, worship, and ministry. Each worship time is different as people use their gifts to minister to others—maybe a testimony of what God is doing in their lives, a scripture or exhortation from the bible, a prophetic word, or a word of wisdom.
We also take some time to break apart into groups and pray for each other. The depressed are encouraged, burdens are shared, the sick find healing, and families are restored as we seek God for each others’ needs.
After we pray for each other, we have a time of sharing testimonies about what God has been doing in our lives. This is an opportunity for us to encourage one another to practically walk out what we have been learning in our meetings and personal time with God.
Following the worship and prayer time, an encouraging message is given. These practical messages challenge us to really know the God who changes our lives and helps us to change others’.
After the message, we discuss what God spoke to each of us through the word and how we can apply it to our daily lives. This is an opportunity for questions and comments as we grow together in our relationship with God.
In addition to the ministry time, we all share a meal together. We laugh together, eat great food (usually potluck), and talk about what’s going on in our lives. But most importantly, we deepen relationships with our church family!
Sean & Michele
Sean and Michele are excited to welcome you into their home. You will be greeted with a warm smile and the smell of fresh coffee brewing.
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