Having shown the Lord’s Supper to be a full meal, it now becomes necessary to show where the church should be on the Lord’s Day in order to eat it – and what emerges goes right to the heart of the very nature of the church! Beresford shows from the New Testament that the churches at the time of the apostles were based in people’s homes, and therefore greatly limited regarding to how large numerically each one could actually be. This was firstly because each church was an extended family of God, and secondly, because they worshipped and mutually edified each other when they came together in such a way as could only happen in such a setting. This talk reveals just how far we have moved away from scriptures teaching about being a church, and top ranking evangelical scholarship is once again quoted in order to establish that this is not just a question of variations in biblical interpretation.