Citizen House is 2 things. First, it is a non-profit organization that was established with the purpose of identifying, equipping, and deploying micro-church leaders. Secondly, Citizen House is a family of micro-churches. Each micro-church has its own vision to reach its neighborhood, network, or need with the good news of Jesus. In many ways, these churches minister autonomously, but they also band together to serve our city, support one another, and gather to celebrate what Jesus is doing.
The church planters, Carlos & Lydia Piñero have spent the last eleven years pouring their lives into their passion for making disciples. Their ministry has included working as inner-city youth and worship pastors, full-time discipleship staff in a local church, management at a non-profit ministry, as well as being foster parents. They are passionate about raising their family in an authentic community and helping others figure out where God is asking them to use their giftings to reach their own communities.
On the weekends you can find them exploring new towns, restaurants and being outside as much as possible. They love to entertain and get to know people around their dinner table.
Learn more about this church-planting network on their website.