Who We Are | Churchome
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Who We Are

We are a Community Built on the Life and Teachings of Jesus.


We believe Jesus perfectly reveals the true heart of God. He’s not a distant or indifferent dad, who scowls with arms crossed as he considers all you’ve wasted and everything you’ve broken. Instead, He’s a God who loves you, whose arms are open wide to welcome people home.

Why would God want to hang with people like us? There’s only one answer: love. Extravagant love. Love that is on a level beyond time and space. Divine love. And this is the kind of love that is towards us today.

The big idea behind our community, every woman, man, boy and girl – every age, every race – would find a home in God. A home where they belong. A community that functions as a family. We are a family and God has made us a family. This name change is this moment for us where we believe that we are going to be a church that functions like a home, that looks like a home, that loves like a home. And ultimately, what we experience on earth will look a lot like heaven.

Welcome home.

What Does Churchome mean?


Luke 15 has become such a hallmark passage for our community. The idea and concept of home is centric in scripture. It is the idea that every human is a sojourner and he/she is returning home. Home is not so much brick and mortar, an actual space or place or room. Home is a place and a posture our soul discovers in Jesus - where the created returns to a loving relationship with the Creator. Bringing people home is what God does. Whether prodigals or prodigies, artists or intellectuals, rebels or rejects—God’s arms are open to all. God is making Churchome a community where everyone is welcome, not just to a physical building, but to an emotional place of refuge in Him. Home is God.

You Belong


The big idea behind our community, every woman, man, boy and girl – every age, every race – would find a home in God. A home where they belong. A community that functions as a family. We are a family and God has made us a family. This name change is this moment for us where we believe that we are going to be a church that functions like a home, that looks like a home, that loves like a home. And ultimately, what we experience on earth will look a lot like heaven.

We are a small church with a lot of people. The point is not about having a big church. The point is building a community of big-hearted people willing to love and help anybody.

"When he was still a long way off, his father saw him. His heart pounding, he ran out, embraced him and kissed him. Tonight, we feast! My son has come home safe and sound.” From Luke 15, MSG