Our Sunday worship celebrations include a blend of contemporary Christian music (led by our praise band or young adult worship team) and traditional piano and organ led hymns. Together they create a joyful yet reverent worship spirit.
Jews for Jesus “Christ in the Passover”
Sunday March 5th at 10:30am
Sunday Adult Bible Class 9:00am
Women’s Bible Study Group
Wednesdays at 1:00pm
Men’s Midweek Bible Study Group
Seek the kingdom – being sensitive to the idea that God is already at work in our neighborhoods, workplaces, schools, and condos. (What is Jesus already showing me? What is He inviting me into?)
Hearing from Jesus – reading the Word of God, especially the Gospels and listening to what He says and watching what He does and then asking yourself, “How does Jesus want me to respond?”
Talking with People – Jesus can do more between people who are talking than He can between people who are ignoring each other.
Doing Good – What you wish you could do for many do for one. Be a “blessing person” to those you encounter. What good can I do in the places I live, work or go to school?
Ministering through Prayer – How can I help people by praying with them?
Are you interested in joining Jesus in his mission in your neighborhood or circle of influence among family and friends? The five daily practices put us into position to join Jesus on His mission. You are welcome to attend one of our gatherings.
No one else has influenced history as He has.
Old Testament prophets spoke of His coming and described the eternal and life-changing impact He would have.
He stilled the seas and walked on water. With a touch of His hand, He cured incurable diseases. He restored life to those who had physically died.
He paid the ultimate price so that we could live with Him forever. He sees us through the eyes of love.
He loves us in spite of every hurtful thought, every harmful word, and every wrongful action. These are all a result of sin, which contaminates everything we do. It is behind every broken home, every empty life, every infirmity, every damaged emotion, every sorrow and grief. And as the Bible says, the end result of sin is death (Rom. 6:23). But Jesus Himself was sinless; only He could pay the penalty for our sins.
Suffering and pain touch everyone. At times life seems like an endless cycle of hopelessness. Even Christians, who claim that Jesus is the source of hope amidst the struggles, still suffer. They still struggle. They still die. So, what's the point? What difference does Jesus make?
First, look at the brokenness that invades your life—those things that cause guilt, shame, and grief. They exist because of a condition called sin—sin separates you from God and robs you of the peace, comfort and hope you desperately crave. And no matter how hard you try, there isn't anything you can do to make things right again on your own. That's where Jesus comes in.
Jesus knows the misery you feel. Jesus makes the difference at that very point—when your pain intersects your cry for help. Jesus is God's answer to that cry.
Jesus took the punishment you deserve. He died in your place so that you can be forgiven. Because you are forgiven, you can have the comfort of knowing you are at peace with God and the certainty that He provides you with the strength to cope with guilt, shame and grief.
And because of what Jesus has done for you, your past is forgiven, your present can be lived with confidence, and your future is guaranteed.
For all who believe in Jesus, an everlasting world—without suffering, sin and death—is assured. This glorious place called heaven is where you will see
Jesus face to face.
That's the difference Jesus makes!