Have you ever considered where the Holy Spirit was poured out on the day of Pentecost? It was an “upper room” (Acts 1:13). The Holy Spirit was not poured out in the temple or chapel, but in someone’s home. With three thousand added to the Church on the first day, they continued to fellowship both in the temple, on Solomon’s porch, and in their homes. How big is Church?
“For where two or three gather in my name, there I am with them.” – Matthew 18:20 (NIV)
When the Church started growing, temples were not large enough to house the crowds. But, something powerful was shown through this; people are the Church, not places. We can’t hide behind the four walls. We must carry out the Great Commission.
“Day after day, in the temple courts and from house to house, they never stopped teaching and proclaiming the good news that Jesus is the Messiah.” – Acts 5:42
The heartbeat of most church gatherings is Sunday service. We go to service, listen, enjoy, then forget about Church until next Sunday. We at Griffin Center Point Church are interested in building strong families, providing care for families, and fostering the atmosphere for genuine fellowship through connection. People often say, “Home is where the heart is.” That’s why we believe the gospel should be taken into the homes, where the heart is.
We believe the Church is strengthened through connection. Jesus modeled connection with the Heavenly Father and with others. It is our desire to follow that same model here at Griffin Center Point Church. There are many opportunities to grow in God with others through Connection Groups. Find your connection and grow with us.