As you can probably tell by the decor of our meeting place, we are a House Church in Asheboro, North Carolina. It is not by design that ...
As you can probably tell by the decor of our meeting place, we are a House Church in Asheboro, North Carolina. It is not by design that we meet in houses, but by necessity. We are praying for God to help us get a building, and we truly need one. Out attendance is such that it gets really cramped. However, when the time comes that we begin meeting in a building, I will miss our House Church. I hope that the aesthetic quality of our meetings does not get lost in a larger meeting place. We are not a unique group and we have no "super saints." I consider our fellowship just a group of people who have grown weary of religion, namely Churchianity. We love the word of God. People who don't love it usually do not come back. I preach/teach too long and the amenities of the church building designed for comfort are missing. Last, we are not following someone's plan for church meetings. If there seems to be a connection to the Home Church Movement, that is mere coincidence.