While we long for the day when we can all worship in the same place, we recognize that it won’t be possible for some time. Logistical limitations and health concerns call for us to adapt and look for a different way to worship. And though this practice is different from what we’re used to, it’s not new at all.
The Church started in homes. For hundreds of years, believers would gather where they lived to worship Jesus together. Now, we look to continue that practice by equipping our members to open their homes and create sacred space centered around our livestreamed service. Church in Homes invites you to gather with other believers in your neighbourhood to participate in a personal, time-tested worship experience.
How is Home Church different from Home Groups?
While they share some DNA, Home Church is distinct from Home Groups and exists as a worship gathering strategy of TGS. Home Church meets in neighbourhoods throughout the area and is centred around the weekly livestreamed service for those who are unable to attend face to face for whatever reason.
Home Groups, on the other hand, are a discipleship strategy of TGS that focus on practicing what is preached each week and following the “one another” commands of Scripture. Despite this distinction, there may be some overlap between the two, and that’s okay.
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