Children's church for ages birth - 4th grade during the morning service at 10:00am. The children will learn about GOD through bible lessons, songs and crafts that are age appropriate. For childen to participate the parent/guardian mus attend the entire 10:00 service.
Thank you for your donations for the Food Pantry. We anticipate serving about 25 families every other week and our supplies dwindle rather rapidly. We always have the need to keep replenishing our supply. If you don't want to do the shopping you may give money and we will do the shopping for you. Thank you for your generous donations, you are a Blessing to those in need! Click on the Food Pantry tab above for a list of items needed.
Jews for Jesus
We just celebrated a very special Shavuot - one unlike any in the history of Jews for Jesus! Shavuot is a harvest festival. In fact, it’s one of the three pilgrimage festivals that God commanded Israel to celebrate in a very specific location: Jerusalem. According to rabbinic tradition, Shavuot also commemorates the giving of the Torah (Law) at Mount Sinai, and it is a time to emphasize community.
Many Christians celebrate an event that took place on Shavuot, but most know the holiday by it’s Greek name Pentecost. In the days leading up to that historic event, Jesus told his disciples to wait in Jerusalem (Acts: 1:4). Then He made an amazing promise coupled with a command: “But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth” (Acts: 1:8). Then in Acts 2 we see how the Holy Spirit came on the day of Shavuot in fulfillment of Jesus’ promise.
Our Jerusalem outreach actually took place last month, and was in full swing during Shavuot!
As with the disciples on that first Shavuot after Jesus’ resurrection, our job is not done - in some ways, it is just beginning. Let me assure you there is plenty to do! The best is yet ahead. In a sense Jews for Jesus is beginning again in Jerusalem and to the ends of the earth as we bear in mind Messiah’s mandate.
We need to remember to continue to pray for all of those who are being persecuted and killed for believing in Jesus Christ each and every day.