Can there be such a thing? I guess so considering Christ Fellowship of Kansas City is doing just that. I’ve been on a Frank Viola kick the last month re-reading Pagan Christianity and reading for the first time Jesus Manifesto, Finding Organic Church and just started Reclaiming Church. It’s hard to argue with the facts he gives in Pagan Christianity, his conclusions you might find fault with, but the historic facts are pretty clear. From the Christ Fellowship of Kansas City website,
A group consisting of only ten or twenty people would not need a larger meeting place, and the costs involved in buying or renting any sort of building would be prohibitive. So when we were a new church, and when we said that we were meeting in homes, most of our friends in other churches understood. But when they learned that it was our intention to continue meeting in homes no matter how large we got, curious eyebrows often began to raise.
I don’t see a problem with meeting in the homes of believers and why should we? Each home assembly is lead by Elders, they have a confession of faith and are working out a catechism.