Starts October 4
What is a House Church?
Interested in attending, supporting, or even leading a Fierce House Church? Reach out to us below.
House Church Q+A Recording
July 26, 2020
Why create house churches?
Due to the coronavirus, many are uncomfortable in settings with more than a few people. House churches provide a way to worship together in a more intimate way with less risk.
Will there be something for kids?
Yes! We're still working on the details, but in one way or another, kids will hear about Jesus in a fun way on their level.
How will you keep kids safe in house churches?
All safety protocols that we observe at the Grayslake campus will be upheld in house churches. These include the never-alone policy and background checks for volunteers.
What COVID precautions are you taking in house churches?
We'll be taking the same precautions that we do at the Grayslake campus. Social distancing, masks, frequent sanitation of high-touch surfaces, temperature checks, and limited capacity.
What happens at a house church?
House churches will gather to worship together, hear a teaching from God's Word and fellowship.
Can you try different house churches?
As you seek to find a good fit for you and your family, it's a good idea to try multiple house churches. Eventually, the hope is that you find one and settle in with your people.
I'm interested in being a host. How does it work?
If you're interested in being a host, fill out this form to let us know. The exact details are still being worked out, but hosting would include:
- Creating a warm, friendly environment.
- Participating in host training.
- Facilitating discussion.
- Making new guests feel welcome and comfortable.
Who are the leaders of each house church?
Each house church has a host that is under the leadership of the Lead Pastor and Elder team at the main Fierce Church campus in Grayslake.