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House groups first formed in the early 1960s when the old church building had to be demolished. They were very popular because they were informal church meetings that took place in people's houses.

They were started so that the congregation could keep together even though they did not have a church building to attend.
Church members who were quiet usually, felt that they could contribute easily to debate within this setting.

House groups continued to meet up until the 1990s when the second redevelopment of Community House took place.

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