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house church

House churches meet in houses throughout our communities Wednesdays @ 6:30PM or Sundays @ 5:30PM (except First Wednesdays). A typical house church gathering will include a casual time of snacks and getting to know others, Bible study and discussion, and prayer for one another.

Click on a House Church to receive more information.

We are so thankful to our House Church pastors & hosts who devote their time & energy into House Church on a weekly basis. To give them a break, House Churches will not meet in July & will resume in August.


We encourage you to find the House Church that is closest to you geographically, and connect with the pastor and/or host via phone or email. They will give you directions to their house and answer any other questions you may have concerning House Church, or feel free to just show up at the times shown. You're already invited, so no need to RSVP.


 
 

GEORGE BOOTH

Pastor of Development
george@churchproject.org

George was a House Church Pastor for over 5 years and is now on staff with overall responsibility for House Churches. His role includes identifying, training and encouraging House Church leadership. George is also an elder at Church Project.

 
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the woodlands

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SPRING

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CONROE

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MAGNOLIA/TOMBALL

The church we read about in Scripture lived in incredible, powerful, intimate community. We think they did a great job, and we want to follow their model of meeting together.  

The 1st Century church met together by the thousands, but followed Jesus' teaching and example of community by living life together by the dozens. They gathered throughout the week by the dozens in House Churches. House Church is our primary vehicle for discipleship and community at Church Project. House Church is the primary context where people will be known by others and is what keeps our church community intimate and organic – no matter how large Sundays gatherings grow.

 

The early church addressed their gatherings to "the church who met in ____'s house", so we call ours HOUSE CHURCH
They met together young and old, so we meet together CROSS-GENERATIONALLY.

They met together GEOGRAPHICALLY, so we encourage people to find the House Church located closest to their home.
They met each other's needs, so we MEET OTHERS NEEDS within House Church  – not another benevolent model.
They studied the Scriptures, so we have SCRIPTURE-BASED STUDY.

 

As in Acts 2:42-47, House Church will be the epicenter of: 
- teaching and discipleship
- discovering our gifts and serving, 
- encouragement, friendship and accountability
- meeting each other’s needs, prayer for one another

Each House Church is carefully selected and led by a qualified, trained, accountable pastor from Church Project who oversees the teaching, leadership, and care of each individual in their House Church. 

Church Project is continually looking, praying, and planning to start other House Churches in strategic locations with strong, qualified leadership.