“Salute the brethren which are in Laodicea, and Nymphas, and the church which is in his house.”
King James Version (KJV)
4:15 Nymphas - Probably an eminent Christian at Laodicea.
Col 4:15 Nymphas. An inhabitant of Laodicea. The church which is in his house, "His" in the Common Version; "her" in the Vatican MS, but the best authority renders it "their house"; i.e., the house of Nymphas and his family. In the first century no church building existed, and the Christians met in private houses. A portion, at least, of those in Laodicea met in the house of Nymphas, and are greeted as "the church in their house" (Revised Version). See also Ro 16:5 1Co 16:19 Phm 1:2.