House Churches are not like the typical church “Small Group" where the focus can be oriented around interest or stage of life or spiritual gifts. Instead, our House Churches are the full expression of a church where all of the concerns of our spiritual formation are embodied.
House Churches are communities of 10 to as many as 50 people who meet weekly to center on Jesus for a shared meal, worship, teaching, mutual encouragement, and communion. They are the primary vehicles of our life together and in them our shared commitments find expression. We believe in shared leadership and the participation of every member of the body. All of our House Churches incorporate children.
Denver Church gathers weekly to worship Jesus Christ at the Goodchild’s House in the historic Brady Heights neighborhood on Sunday nights from 5pm-8pm. We share a family meal, encourage each other, and participate in teaching, song, mutual upbuilding, and communion.
Tacoma Church gathers weekly to worship Jesus at the McIntosh's House in the historic Owen Park neighborhood on Sunday nights from 5pm-8pm. We share a family meal, encourage each other, and participate in teaching, song, mutual upbuilding, and communion.
Sundays from 5pm-8pm
All of the House Churches in the Parish Network gather on Sundays nights from 5pm-8pm (except on Celebration Sundays).
On the First Sunday of each month we gather at Chimera Coffee from 5pm-7pm
The network of churches gather together on the first Sunday of each month for a “Celebration Sunday.” This monthly rhythm keeps the family of churches connected together and unified on our vision for the city of Tulsa.