Why House Churches?

 "The early church met in both the temple and from house to house." Acts 2:46. We believe that by gathering via a combination of big church and house churches, we are gathering in ways that are much closer to what the early church did.

But it is not specifically a tradition that we are trying to replicate, but more so the fruit that this combination produces. The big church is a great opportunity to be a part of corporate worship and to hear scriptural teaching from gifted teachers of the Word. Yet, there are limitations inherent in the big church gathering, one of them being it does not facilitate participation for the majority of the body. The house churches however, are a wonderful opportunity for everyone to participate in the teaching discussion, to share a meal together, and to enjoy overall rich fellowship in a smaller more intimate setting.

Agathos House Church's rotate each quarter so members get to build relationships with everyone within the church.

Interested in Visiting?

After main service, please talk with a church member who will help you find a house church for the following Sunday.