We exist to see the Kingdom of Heaven expanded on earth through reaching the lost, cultivating disciples and planting micro-churches.


The Greenhouse Fellowship vision is to cultivate lifelong disciples, leaders, and advocates who will transform local communities. We believe when you fall in love with Jesus and the local community, individuals & families are transformed, churches are unified, cultures are reconciled, and neighborhoods are forever changed. As a result, we help people grow in difficult places.

who are we?

Pastor John Clifford started a Bible study in September of 2017 with the desire to see lives radically transformed through the Word of God. Through this a core team of believers were moved to launch Greenhouse fellowship.

Greenhouse Fellowship Church focuses on three things: reaching the lost for salvation,  the life of discipleship, and reaching our neighbors. We are desperate to see the world look more like the kingdom of God. We believe that, as Christians, we should be living fully alive and making disciples that change the world. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, we will never stop reaching people, waking up "the churched", and planting churches, because Jesus is alive.

Micro-churches are groups of 10-50 people following Jesus together on a mission to expand the kingdom of God. We believe a church is a group of believers in Jesus following him together and making disciples. This means that they are reaching people that don't know Jesus and leading them into a lifestyle of following Him. All other community change comes from this goal.

Human beings are made to have a tribe: a small group of people with shared vision and values that can know, encourage, and equip one another. Each micro-church is part of a larger body of believers within their geographical area called a hub. The members of Greenhouse Project Fellowship get the best of both worlds: belonging to a smaller group of people on mission together (seeing the lost saved and disciples made) and part of a broader vision to transform whole cities, regions, and nations for Christ. Now is the time for revival in America. Will you join us?

What to expect


Greenhouse Fellowship won’t feel like your typical church service. When you walk in, you'll notice a warm and friendly family atmosphere with no formal dress code. We believe in the model of fellowship in the book of Acts. We see the early church community meeting for breaking of bread, fellowship, prayer, and the Apostles’ doctrine. Because of this vision, we start with a meal, talk, and get to know each other. We then transition to a time of prayer, worship, and Bible teaching.  


We meet every Tuesday night for Bible Discovery. We love being able to dive deeper into the scriptures and discovery of God as a group. Tuesday nights are for verse by verse teaching and group discussion.   This is a great night to ask questions, be challenged, and grow with application.


Every person in our fellowship is in a discipleship journey. We love taking people deeper into a relationship with Jesus. We do this in smaller groups of 3 or 4, usually once or twice a week. This is not a programed relationship, rather an intentional bonding of people with Jesus, being guided and challenged to live an authentic life of as disciple. 


We believe prayer is essential for a relationship with God. With this in mind, our fellowship dedicates time during our gatherings to seek God corporately and individually through prayer.


We love all kinds of music that praises God. From hymns to modern worship songs, we love starting our services praising our Lord. We pray that our times of worship helps individuals connect with God.


Greenhouse Fellowship follows a verse-by-verse and topical teaching style, which we believe will help you engage with the Word in a fresh and linear way. Topical message series are sprinkled throughout the year.

Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this; I am with you always, even to the end of the age.
— Matthew 28:19-20