Christians gathered together in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ

We are simply born again Christians, saved by God's grace, gathered together in his name. The Bible says in Matthew 18:20, "For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them."

The Gospel Hall has servant/leaders called elders. According to the Bible, men who lead the assembly must be of good moral character, able to teach the Bible, and display a caring attitude for the people of the assembly.

The Gospel Hall does not belong to any denomination. The building is owned and maintained by the local church that meets there. Although there is a link of friendship between many of the Gospel Halls, there is no central office.

The historical heritage shared at the Gospel Hall comes from the 1800s United Kingdom group known as the Plymouth Brethren. No one history defines the entire group of assemblies worldwide, and although the Plymouth Brethren may be defined as the starting point for the Gospel Hall, there are others who were similar.