House Gatherings

Becoming invitational, spiritual, and missional people.

House Gatherings

House Gatherings are like extended families that live a rhythm of life together that's worth being invited into. Our House Gatherings are striving to create disciples who are...

  1. Invitational... whether that is through inviting people over for backyard barbeques or going out to be the church in social public life, House Gatherings live in such a way as to say to their surrounding communities, "we are with you".
  2. Spiritual... meaning they spend time contemplating and reflecting on scripture and praying for one another.
  3. Missional... and that mission is to do good in this world out of thankfulness for what God has done for us, as the fruit of our faith, and in hopes of winning others over to Christ.

The best way to find out what a House Gathering is like is to join one... if you're interested in participating in a rhythm of life like this click the "contact us" button below and we'll get you hooked up!

House Gathering Leaders

Nate & Jill Otto

Nate and Jill Otto launched their house gathering in the spring of 2020. They have three children, Kelanm Claira, and Corbin. The Otto's enjoy working on the farm and having fun with friends and family as much as possible. They meet at their turkey farm in Middleville every other Wednesday at 6:30.

Joe & Julie Pettinga

Kyle & Betsy VanKooten

Kyle and Betsy VanKooten have been a part of The Gathering since 2018. They live in Caledonmia with their son Remi and their puppy Scout. In their free time they enjoy traveling, camping, and spending time in nature. They meet with their House Gathering every other Wednesday at 6:30 pm.

Jason & Dana Zienstra

Jason and Dana Zeinstra have been a part of the Caledonia Gathering since it began in 2016. They love to spend time outdoors being by water, hiking in the woods, and exploring National Parks with their kids Aidan, Noah, and Emma. They meet with their House Gathering on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month at 5pm.