House Churches Start Tonight

Posted by Dave Clayton on

That's right. After a break from House Churches this summer, our house churches start back up tonight. If you have been attending our Sunday Worship Gathering, and are looking for a way to get more involved, we encourage you to become a part of one of our House Churches. Although our Sunday Worship Gatherings provide a wonderful opportunity for us to worship God, share Communion, study the Bible together, and enjoy the fellowship of our entire church family, our House Churches give us the opportunity to build deep relationships with one another in a more intimate setting.

Each House Church consists of 8-12 people. It doesn’t matter if you are white, black, young, old, Christian, or not — you are invited to be a part of a House Church. It is through our House Churches that we eat meals together, pray for one another, spend time in conversation, and serve our city.

Frequently Asked Questions
How can I become a part of a House Church?
It is simple. You can sign up for a House Church at our Connections Table on any Sunday Night. Email for more information regarding locations.

What can I expect at a typical House Church?
All of our House Churches meet on Wednesday Nights @ 7 pm and are finished by 8:15 pm every week. Every week we read the Bible, pray, and discuss issues in our spiritual journey. Some weeks we share a meal together, and one week out of each month we don’t meet in a home…instead we go out into the city and serve people that aren’t apart of our church.

If I go to a House Church, do I have to participate in the conversation?
No, in fact, lots of people show up for weeks and even months before they feel comfortable talking. House Churches are a place where you can be totally comfortable just being you…if that means you come and go without saying a word, then great. We are glad to have you here.

What parts of Nashville do the House Churches meet?
Hillsboro Village, Green Hills, Crieve Hall, Nipper’s Corner, Hermitage, Cool Springs, Oak Hill, Antioch, Brentwood

How many weeks do House Churches meet?
14 weeks. Then we take a break for the holidays before starting up again in January. 

More questions?


Email us at ethoschurch@gmail.com
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