GO Church is just normal church except we meet in a home instead of a particular building.
It’s the way that the Church in the first century held their meetings. A lot of other stuff has been added over the centuries, but it all started in homes and continued like that for centuries.
As all Christians will know, The Church is not a facility Christians meet in (not the building) but the body of people, the Christians themselves.
As Christians we are part of the family of God, so we do our best, with God’s help, to live out all of the positive aspects of family together.
We have the normal set beliefs and expectations that Christians.
As Christians we are believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and is God. We believe He was born of a virgin mother; he lived a perfect and life. He was beaten and whipped and nailed to a cross and he died. However, He did not stay dead. He rose from the dead and now sits at the right hand of God.
We are not perfect people, but we have a gracious and patient God. We are made acceptable to God because all our all our falling below the perfect standard as been paid for Jesus’ at the cross. He paved the way for us to have a personal relationship with God.
We are just normal people who love God and know His love in return.
We pray for those who are sick or troubled and do our best to provide comfort who need it. We see and experience healing but not every time. We are working on that though. The more we pray the more answers we see.
If you are interested to know more or be part of this little bit of God’s family who meet in this was then we would be delighted to talk to you. So, feel free to call us, email us, text us, or even talk over Zoom.
So, the Church is never closed whether we have pandemics or not.
You will find a number of Churches in and around Horsham area and I’m sure you will find a one to suit your style and beliefs.
You might like to try our GO Church. You may find it is just what you’ve always wanted. Come and see. You will be welcomed.
We meet twice a week.
Worship, Prayer, and Teaching and now we are back from the pandemic restrictions we wil be getting back to having breakfast together too