The book of Acts was never meant to be a model, especially not a legalistic model, of how the church should look. Jesus did not leave us a model for meetings or even a model for maturity. Jesus left us Himself, a life giving Spirit that connects all of us to our Father so that we can live as His children & one another's brothers & sisters.
Jesus didn't want us to get caught up on what to do & how to do it but WHO
we are WITH. As we fellowship with our Father we will fellowship with one
another & whatever needs to get done will get done.
Problems come when we interject imperatives found or supposedly found in
scripture into our relationships with God & one another. Jesus never told
us to "follow scripture" or to "follow my apostles" or to
"find & follow the methods & models laid out by the church
recorded in the new testament scriptures." Jesus said, "Follow
Me." The old covenant has ended ,the apostles are out of this world, &
the 1st century church long gone. BUT JESUS IS STILL LIVING & ACTIVE. Jesus
is still HERE. Trust Him today!
We don't need to repeatedly reach into history to find God's will. Jesus said
God's will is for us to trust Him. That trust happens right now. He didn't say,
"Trust what I once said" or "Trust what I've told others."
Jesus said, "Trust in my Father & trust in Me."
Him saying that wasn't an obligation being laid down but an invitation to a
relationship with Him, an invitation to be loved by Him thus gradually finding
all the love you'll ever need to give or receive.