Frequently Asked Questions

Home Church is the body of Christ meeting in ordinary houses. It is a model based on the early church that we can read about in Acts 2:42-47. Home Church includes the following elements: Gathering, worshipping and learning, discussion, prayer, fun, eating, breaking bread and meeting needs. 

SBC is committed to following the guidelines put in place by our provincial and federal health officials in order to do our part in keeping our community safe. As of May 19th, gatherings that included 2-6 people beyond your own household can occur in personal settings (ie. your home and property). Each individual and family must decide if they are ready to expand their social interactions. If you are comfortable gathering with others for Home Church we encourage you to do so cautiously, keeping to the same group and location each week. 

There are many reasons that you may not feel ready to join a Home Church. Do not worry! Our livestream service is still avaible every Sunday at 10:00am and can be watched live or anytime after. 

Awesome! If you are already a part of a pre-existing group we invite you to engage in conversation with your group and determine if you would like to become a Home Church. Remember, everyone may be at different places of readiness. 

We want to support you as you make this transition so let us know about your Home Church by filling out the Home Church Contact Form. 

The idea of Home Church with kids may seem a bit daunting. However, have kids a part of Home Church can be extremely meaningful for both the kids and adults taking part. Here is a great place to start to begin pondering what Home Church can look like for your family. For support and resources for families contact chonecker@saanichbaptist.org.