Secret Church 16 Simulcast

A Global Gospel in a World of Religions

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What is Secret Church?

When we think of "church" in America, we think of going to meet at a building, singing, praying, and hearing a message from a pastor or teacher. But in many places around the world, "church" meets in a home, an apartment, and sometimes even in secret. Many times there are just a few believers who know and follow Christ. These small groups of Christ-followers often meet for many hours in study, prayer, and fellowship. Sometimes they face great difficulties to meet together. In some places it may even be dangerous to gather as a church to worship, pray, and study the Word. So when they come together, they want to make the most of their time together.

The objective of Secret Church is not just to come and learn for one night, but also to take what we’ve learned and pass it along to others. We also want to recognize the great need to pray and come alongside our brothers and sisters who live in places around the world where there is little to no gospel witness or where the gospel is met with resistance. We want to use what we’ve learned during this gathering to make disciples of Christ—both locally and globally.

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Secret Church Simulcast

Friday, April 29th 2016 at 5:30-11:30pm

7 Canaan Ln

Hattiesburg, MS

Willow Pointe Church - April 29th 5:30pm -11:30pm (Doors open at 4:30)
7 Canaan Ln. Hattiesburg, MS, 39402


1. Mail checks payable to Willow Pointe Church prior to January 20th.

2. If you are unable to RSVP by January 20th, you are still welcome to participate in the Simulcast but will not receive a workbook. Check and Cash payments will be taken at the door. However, Cash payments MUST be exact.



  • 4:30 - Doors open
  • 5:30 - Secret Church will begin
  • 11:30 - Secret Church will conclude

The Secret Church gathering will include four teaching segments taught by David Platt and a dedicated time of prayer for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. There will also be three 15-minute breaks during the evening.