Aaron Menikoff has voiced some of my concerns with the house church movement.
My desire is that these house churches be, in fact, churches. Whether the pastor is seminary-educated is not the point. Is the "church" led by a man or men who meet the biblical qualifications of an elder? Is the Word of God clearly taught week in and week out? Are the ordinances of baptism and the Lord's Supper regularly celebrated? Is there a careful accounting of who is "in" the church by virtue of repentance and faith and who is "outside" the church by virtue of unbelief.
If you do comment, I encourage you not to necessarily comment on the “led by a man” section. If this is a discussion I would prefer this to be about the ecclessiology itself and not the gender debates.