House Fellowship



Divine transformation of lives and a living MFM church branch that is Inward, Outward, and Upward (Ezekiel 36:26, Romans 12:2).

The trio phrase upward / inward / outward defines Christians’ lives;

  • Upward – depicts relationship with God.
  • Inward – depicts inter-personal relationships within the church.
  • Outward – refers to relationship with nonbelievers.

Our following mission statements outline these three areas in words and in deeds.


  1. Inward – in words;
  2. Encourage, facilitate and support the fellowship of any two or more members at appropriate venue(s) outside of the Sunday Church Service venue.
  3. Foster interpersonal acts of kindness, Christian services amongst members.
  4. Foster fellowship discussions on practical issues of spiritual life vis-à-vis MFM doctrinal facts that helps members grow spiritually to make heaven.
  5. Nurture the encouragements of one another consistently (Hebrews 13:3)
  6. Spur each other towards group meetings, godly love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24-25).
  1. Inward – in deeds;
  2. Openness by inviting people to join us, and being welcoming when new people visit.
  3. Implementing intentional plans and practices for the spiritual growth of house group members.
  4. Exceeding lip service by providing practical help/support to members in need (Acts 2:44, Acts 11:29).
  5. Hold house fellowships to explore themes from ‘MFM house fellowship manual’ (Hebrews 2:1).
  6. Hold mediations and reconciliations between members (Matthew 5:23, Matthew 18:14-17).


  1. Outward – in words;
  2. Evangelising neighbours, relatives and work/business colleagues.
  3. Speak as ambassadors of Jesus Christ at home, at work, and in the neighbourhoods (Ephesians 5:4).
  4. Speak as trustees of the gospel of Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 4:1).
  5. Outward – in deeds;
  6. Provide a safe/comfy entry point for people interested in Christianity.
  7. Freely invite friends and neighbours to our MFM Reading Transformation Centre church branch.
  8. Give parents in the neighbourhood practicable services with their children and build trust about ethos of Christianity.
  9. Portray the overlap of inward and outward activities – n/b action speaks louder than words.


  1. Upward – in words;
  2. Group devotional study of God’s Word via scriptures, sermons, and inspired messages (1 Peter 4:11, 1 Corinthians 14: 29).
  3. Group worship of the living God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – not just in/by songs but holistically.
  4. Group prayers, petitions with thanksgiving (Philippians 4:6).
  1. Upward – in deeds;
  2. Offer our “bodies as living sacrifices” as our spiritual act of worship (Romans 12:1).
  3. Endeavours to hear God by the Holy Spirit, and to obey (Hebrews 3:7).
  4. Thankfulness, worshiping God acceptably with reverence and awe (Hebrews 12:28).
  5. Resolves for MFM Reading Transformation Centre, UK to attain/preserve unity in the body of Christ and unity in the spirit (Ephesians 4:1-16).