Doctrine and Practice
This site helps believers from New Testament patterned assemblies find similar local churches when they travel or relocate. (Do not confuse our use of the term "assembly" with the Assemblies of God or other denominations.) Assembly is at times used as a more accurate translation of the New Testament Gr. word ekklesia, since it communicates the assembling or gathering of believers from the surrounding world more effectively than the english word church does.
If you visit you may notice: Each of the local churches on this map is autonomous and non-denominational. Like believers, they differ slightly in what they emphasize but have many core convictions that they share. Many of the local church (not all) share a loose connection with a historical movement known as the Brethren Movement (one of the earliest non-denominational movements, and a what some have called the second reformation as it involved a full departure from the vestigal clergy-laity system of post Reformation protestantism to a full blown priesthood-of-all-believers.