The homecell is the basic building block of the church. So much so that the HOMECELL is the CHURCH and the CHURCH is the HOMECELL.
What is a Homecell?
The homecell is the basic building block of the church. So much so that the HOMECELL is the CHURCH and the CHURCH is the HOMECELL. The homecells meet on a weekly basis from house to house and at the Celebration Services on a Sunday (Acts 2:42)
CELL + CELEBRATION = CHURCH
Just like in the human body where the cell is the smallest structure capable of maintaining life and reproducing, so the life in the church is found in its homecells. Each homecell is made up of three or more persons with a maximum of 15 who gather in homes on a weekly basis to enjoy the true Christian community (oikos).
CRC has thousands of homecells across the world, in different cities and neighbourhoods where small groups of people meet every week, planted within CRC to share, discover and support each other. Here we grow and thrive with other believers to discover our potential and purpose through fellowship and by sharing the word received from Pastor At on Sundays.
By joining a homecell you will not only receive support and form strong relationships, but you will be equipped and cared for by the Church and Leadership.
If you are not connected in a homecell please contact us or speak to one of the Pastors after one of our Sunday services.