Why Home Church?

We have been on a journey as a church family over the last two years, listening to and obeying what God has been saying to us. In 2020 we felt God say that as a church, we were not obeying the Great Commission that King Jesus had given us. He commanded that we make disciples.

Our heart as a church family is to be disciples who make disciples. We want to be a New Testament people who obey the Holy Spirit in both our large and our smaller gatherings, whether that be in homes, communities, work places or schools. We desire to see the Kingdom of God break out wherever we are.

Home Church Leaders

Our home church leaders is an ever growing picture, here are a few of the faces of our current Home Church Leaders who have home churches across the Midlands.
Steve & Esther Uppal
Manuel & Hannah Heinke
Navi Aulkh
Tom & Beth Milne
WV3 (Students HC)
Cassy Zou
WV1 & Stourbridge (Mandarin HC)
Wai-Kin Liu
WV1 (Cantonese HC)
Josh & Susie Raybould
Aldrin & Henna Singh
WV2 (Young Adults HC)
Manny & Prabs Johal
Mike & Susie Harris
Greg Sylvester
John & Sue Whitehouse
Sam & Sue Kaggwa
Andrew & Marcia Mumo
Richard & Elizabeth Padmore
John & Bency Varghese
Jay Sandhu
Liam & Estrianna Gascoyne
Luke & Jacqui Cartwright
Sid & Harbie
Brian & Sheila Lowe
If you feel you could lead a home church, we would love to connect with you.

Other ways to get involved


Sign up to Storehouse for free resources on disciple making and church planting. 

Prayer Hub

You can also join our Prayer Hub, praying for our communities, city and nations. We pray 24/7 in a number of teams in our own homes! To find out more, click on the button below. 

Disciple Making

Smaller gatherings in homes throughout the city or community centres. You can meet others for coffee, build relationships and invest in your local community. 

Prayer Walk

Gathering in 2s or 3s with people from your community and prayer walking through your neighbourhood, looking for opportunities to engage with neighbours. 

Discovery Bible Study (DBS)

Doing a Discovery Bible Study (DBS) with others is a really effective way of allowing the Holy Spirit to speak to us through the Word. This can be done in pairs or small groups.

These are the 4 key questions for a DBS:
1) What does this passage teach us about God?
2) What does this passage teach us about people?
3) What should you do this week in response to the passage?
4) Who should you share it with this week? 


Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

MATTHEW 28:18-20