Our services are primarily held in homes all across the South Bay. Fill out the form below so we can help you find a gathering in your city so you can join us.


Interested in Hosting an AnchorHome?  Fill out this form and let us know and someone from our leadership team will follow up with you! Thank you so much!


There really is nothing like being all together!   Find out more information on our next whole Church gathering!


While 2020 forced a lot of our rhythms and routines to change, it gave us the opportunity to re-evaluate what we're doing, why we're doing it and how we're doing it. There was already a deep ache in our hearts that something was missing and we've felt for awhile that the Lord was leading us into something different.  2020 allowed us the chance to slow down and really seek clarity on what that is.  

What we found was an invitation into a deeper fellowship with Jesus and with each other.  
We found an opportunity to "do Church" and "Be The Church" differently.
We found a space to better know one another and be known by our love for one another.
We found a heart that moves beyond church walls and into our neighborhoods.


"By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.”
- John 13:35

There is just something that happens in circles that doesn't happen in rows.  AnchorHomes provides more than just the "Greet your neighbor" time at most provides you a place to know and be known..a place to love and be loved...a place to serve and be served.  When you look at the Church in the scriptures you see a people who stir one another up to love and good works, who encourage one another, teach and admonishing one another, a people who take care of orphans and widows, who exercise their spiritual gifts, who each play a part and have a role in the body of Christ, who are glad and generous, who are quick to forgive one another, who proclaim the gospel and who are known for their love.  This is at the heart of AnchorHomes.  To provide a space where you can grow in relationship with each other and, as you do, begin to become the Church we were always meant to be.


When the Church gathers, we gather around Jesus.  He is the One who made us family.  And so our AnchorHome gatherings will be no different.   We'll enter into the rhythms of the early Church who  "...devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers."
- Acts 2:42

It wasn’t overly complicated.  They would teach about the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, they would teach what Jesus taught them.  They were intentional about connecting with one another. Embracing the reality that the Christian life was not meant to be lived in isolation. A reminder that you are part of something together.  They broke bread together, sharing meals and, more importantly, sharing the Lord’s Supper together…reminding themselves that this isn’t just some social hangout or a club, the reason we are together is Christ and what He’s done for us.  And they prayed together, coming together to worship, to declare His holiness, to lift up requests and to get their hearts inline with His will.

When you have a community of people devoting themselves to the scriptures, devoting themselves to one another, devoting themselves to keeping Christ the center, devoting themselves to prayer…you have movement, you have strength and power, you have growth and you find yourself wrapped up in something much bigger than yourself.


And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
- Matthew 28:18-20

Yes, we gather as The Church, but the great commission is to scatter out into the world! We gather and we scatter.  And we believe the Lord has called us out of our building and into our neighborhoods and our cities. Now we GO into our neighborhoods with a constant reminder of our neighbors and friends, sometimes just outside our window, who might not know Jesus.  Now we GO as the light in the midst of darkness, hope in the midst of hopelessness and love in the midst of division and anger. Now we can GO and devote more of our resources back into our cities and neighborhoods to help those in need and to demonstrate love because we no longer have to pay for a building lease.   Now, as we gather together...we can GO.


How many families can be in each house?
Part of what makes AnchorHomes so special is that it is a place to know and be known….and that can be difficult with larger numbers.  We intentionally try to keep the overall number under 15 people.

How often and when do AnchorHomes meet?
Each AnchorHome gathers at the same time on Sunday mornings. A teaching Pastor will be on rotation to preach live from a different home each week and that teaching will be live-streamed to all the other AnchorHomes.  The only exception to this is the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.  On those Sundays, we meet at Pacific Point Christian High School so that  all the AnchorHomes can gather together as One Church,  reminding ourselves that our Anchor family is bigger than just the home we are meeting in.

What is the commitment to opening up my home?
When offering to be a host home, we ask that you provide a space for people to gather, watch the live stream service, and fellowship on Sunday mornings (except for the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month when we are all together).  
Food is optional, but we encourage families to bring something to share so you can break bread together.  The idea is that your group takes care of each other and its not all on you to provide everything.
We do ask for at least a 6 month commitment to build consistency and relationship.  Obviously things come up and you might not be able to be there every Sunday, so the hope is that there is someone to partner with you as a backup if you are unable to open your home.
We want to work with you and support you as you take this step of faith and so, if hosting ever becomes too overwhelming, let us know and we’ll make other arrangements.

Is there an area restriction on where you have to live to be in a home?
There is not an area restriction per se, but we do want to make sure the space is conducive to the vision and mission of AnchorHomes (really difficult to host a service if you live near a jackhammer factory).  This will be on a case by case basis.

What’s available for kids?
Not all homes will have the capacity to host families with children but for the ones who are able, if there is a space available for the kids to watch a service, we will provide you with a craft and a video message with games, biblical teaching and worship.  Each home will establish its own way of serving the kids of your AnchorHome.  For example, maybe you have an adult or older teenager who would be happy to be an overseer, or there is a rotation of volunteers…each parent taking a turn, or you just keep the kiddos in service with you…etc…. Feel free to be creative with it!  For example, maybe keep the kids in for the beginning worship and then pray for them and then dismiss them to the kiddo service in the other room.

What is the flow of Sundays at a house? Is there a set structure for all the houses to follow?
This is one of those areas that is going to take some time to find our rhythm and each home might have little variances (like with kids)…But we definitely want the different houses to try and be “live” together at the same time. And so service will begin at 10am.  Again, depending on your home, you may decide to meet earlier for breakfast or fellowship, but the service will “air” at 10am.  We’ll begin with worship, announcements, message, response worship, communion and prayer.    After the service, the teaching Pastor will make questions available to you for discussion, providing away for you to consider how to apply the message to your life that week.  Grace upon grace for all of us as we try to find our footing here.

How and when will I be notified?
Our team is small but mighty.  We will do our very best to get back to you in a timely manner.