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WHAT'S A MICROCHURCH?
What makes “microchurches” unique to other churches are they meet for regular worship in homes and other small and intimate spaces.
The goal isn’t to grow into a single, large congregation, but to start new microchurches as the Lord adds to our number.
We aim to keep things simple and personal and to offer a biblically-faithful alternative to other expressions of the Church.
Worship services are interactive and personal. Everyone is encouraged to participate, but you’re also welcome to just sit and listen. We pray, sing, take communion, and read and discuss the Bible together. Afterwards, we have lunch together.
About every other month, we join other churches in our network for worship to remind us that we are part of a larger body of Christ-followers.
Our Lord’s Day Gatherings are family and kid-friendly. The kids join the adults for worship and then have a special "kids church" lesson as the adults do their Bible study.
Since parents are the key disciplers of their children, we provide weekly devotional material for parents to do with their children during the week that aligns with Sunday's lesson.
Currently we use the Think Orange curriculum.
PCC Edison Microchurch meets at 10am on Sundays in homes in Edison & Metuchen.
Contact us if you’re interested in visiting a microchurch.
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