Each week we worship God together. Worship reminds us of His amazing grace and love poured out through Jesus into our hearts by his Spirit. Sunday gatherings are a time for sharing stories of his love and grace and how He’s impacting our community in and through Anthem House Church. Then we hear God's word preached to empower the people of God . Every week we provide opportunities to receive prayer if needed.
Sundays are a time to gather together with people who live, work, and play in Liberty Township and surrounding areas, to celebrate the good news about Jesus. It's a time to remember how His truth has changed our lives. We firmly believe, our street address is just a building. It’s when people gather you find the church!
One thing you will notice about our Sunday gatherings, we do worship in the round. We believe our invitation is to gather around one thing; not a sermon or a preacher, not a worship team or artist; the presence of God. All of Israel gathered around the presence, they saw the fire by night and the cloud by day. They followed him when he moved and camped around him when he rested. In our family we pivot from the center out.
Missional Families and Discipleship Huddles
A Missional family is groups of people committed to living in family and loving like Jesus. We believe communities will become family as they spend time together focusing on God, one another, and the world around them. Missional families are the pathway to developing gospel-centered communities.
Community is essential for your health and growth, but so is discipleship. Our pathway for discipleship at Anthem is known as a huddle. Huddles are made up of 1-2 leaders and 5-10 people. They meet for a specific period of time with the intention of focused discipleship done through grace and truth, weekly meetings and accountability.
Anthem House Church believes, people grow best when connected to other people and empowered through discipleship and accountability. We highly encourage you to be actively engaged in a Missional Community and a huddle where your story can be known.
The best way to get involved in an Anthem House Missional Communities or huddle is to reach out to one of our leaders, find out more info and then jump in to see if it’s a fit for you. Missional communities take on the shape of their mission, which means times and locations are more organic. Huddles are more organized and dependent upon leadership availability.
Mom's on Mission
Focus - Mom’s and pre-schoolers partnering with local organizations (nursing homes, schools, etc.) for outreach, relationships and service.
Leader - Jenessa Dooley and Emily Parks
High School Students
Focus - Community and Discipleship
Leaders - Ty and Liz Singleton
Oldies But Goodies
Focus - Older parents/grandparents/Seniors
Leader - Jane Cobb
Focus - Windsor Estates Liberty Township neighborhood life together, dinners, pool parties, organic gatherings
Leaders - Matt and Lauren Batta