" All the believers devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper), and to prayer. A deep sense of awe came over them all, and the apostles performed many miraculous signs and wonders. And all the believers met together in one place and shared everything they had. They sold their property and possessions and shared the money with those in need. They worshiped together at the Temple each day, met in homes for the Lord’s Supper, and shared their meals with great joy and generosity—all the while praising God and enjoying the goodwill of all the people. And each day the Lord added to their fellowship those who were being saved "
(Acts 2:42-47, NLT)

This is exactly what the Church today needs to get back to as described in Acts 2. Community needs to be our highest priority, and that's exactly what Box Church desires more than anything else, seeing it GROW together in faith and love and GO together to the ends of the earth.

Box Church stands for 3 things:


We must begin thinking “outside the box” when it comes to church.


Box refers to the “box” that you meet in that is already built and already paid for.


Box Church means “church in a box” that gives you all the resources you need for doing church.

What is “church” according to the New Testament?

The term “church” in the New Testament refers never to a building or a place but rather to a body of believers—“The called out ones unto the Lord,” and for the first three hundred years of the New Testament, the church primarily and solely met in homes. Why is that important?

This means that every one of the commands in the New Testament, every one of the ordinances in the New Testament and every one of the interactions in the New Testament has to be seen through the lens of a church meeting in a home or a box. While this idea seems strange to the North American ear, it is in fact the closet concept to understanding how the New Testament Church functioned.

This is what Box Church wants to get back to—doing church in the way that the New Testament feels most at home.

How Box Church Works