Churches are not buildings. Churches are groups of people who come together to worship God and help each other walk with Christ.
Being involved in house church has been a very new experience for me this year. Personally, while I really appreciate a lot of the strengths of my sending churches back home (I moved to NYC to do full-time ministry), it’s been an awesome season of being fully invested in this small, more intimate church community. In the Bronx, the house church I am a part of has 12 adults and 3 children. Our weekly meetings usually run about 3 hours long, including fellowship, prayer and learning from the Word. My church has also chosen to have a . . . Read More »
“Where are the lights? The stage? Why aren’t we sitting in rows? How am I supposed to sing without the band? This is church!?!” Let me share a quick story about my experience of house church that I will cherish forever. Typically in our house church gatherings, we eat, talk, laugh, then devote some time to worship, the word, and prayer. In our meetings, the kids join us the whole time. Some groups do it differently, depending on the children’s age and other factors. But in our gatherings, the kiddos are involved from start to finish. . . . Read More »
Network Gathering: Sunday, September 20th Please join us as we gather and worship together in the park! When: Sunday, September 20th at 10:30am Where:The Great Hill, Central Park What to bring: Yourself, your Bible, blanket/chair, and a packed lunch to enjoy after service (if you’d like to stay and mingle). What we’ll provide: Bagels and Coffee!