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    Ministries
Bible Study Ministry

WHEN: WEDNESDAY
TIME: 7:00PM TO 10:00 PM

Minister will be leading the new bible study,  

We have reserved a special spot just for YOU!

Sunday School Ministry
Our Sunday School ministry exists to equip children to know, love, and serve God in
their age and stage of life. Classes focus on building relationships, learning the bible,
doing crafts with bible themes and activities and some elements of worship.

Youth Ministry
The Youth Group meets every other weekend for a variety of activities from Bible Studies
outside activities. Youth Group is for Teens :13 to 19 year old.


Women Ministry
Saturday 19:00 pm - 22:00pm
We gather for regularly scheduled, themed, ladies meetings.
These events also include bridal and baby showers. During the meeting, ladies enjoy a time
of fellowship, and are always encouraged in their Christian lives by a devotional from the Bible.

Men Breakfast Ministry
Wednesday 8:30am to 10:30am



Music Ministry


Worship Ministry
Saturday 9:00AM to 11:00AM
John 13 tells of a time when Jesus washed his disciples' feet as an example of servanthood and instructed them to
do likewise to one another. In biblical times, foot washing was a common way to honor guests. The job, which was
considered unpleasant, was generally given to a household servant of the lowest standing.
Pentecostals, especially
in the early days of the movement, took Jesus' command to wash the feet of one another literally.  
Pentecostal
denominations
, such as the
Church of God International, consider foot washing an ordinance on par with baptism or the Lord's Supper. Others
practice foot washing informally or not at all.  
Pentecostal churches, especially in Apostolic Pentecostal
denominations, hold an annual foot washing service, called a watchnight service, on New Year's Eve.

Anointing with Oil (Ministry)
Pentecostals believe that oil represents the work of the Holy Spirit. They trace the practice of anointing with oil,
which generally involves smearing oil on the forehead of someone being prayed for, to practices found in both
the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. We use anointing with oil in many contexts, the most common of which
are praying for the sick, praying for people to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit, which they believe is evidenced
by speaking in unlearned, heavenly languages as the Holy Spirit enables and ordaining men and women into the
ministry.

  • Baptism in Water. The ordinance of baptism by immersion in the name of the Father, and of the Son
    and of the Holy Ghost is commanded in the Scriptures. All who repent and believe on Christ as Saviour
    and Lord are to be baptized. Thus they declare to the world that they died with Christ and that they
    also have been raised with Him to walk in newness of life (Matthew 28:19; Mark 16:16; Acts 10:47-48;
    Romans 6:4).

  • Holy Communion. The Lord's Supper, consisting of the elements, bread and fruit of the vine, is the
    symbol expressing  our sharing the divine nature of our Lord Jesus Christ (II Peter 1:4); a memorial
    of His suffering and death (1Corinthians 11:26); and a prophecy of His second coming (I Corinthians 11:26);
    and is enjoined on all believers "until He comes!"

  • Foot washing. Washing the saints' feet is scripturally sound, but its practice in the local assembly
    is left optional  (John 13:4-17).

  • Child Dedication. Since water baptism is an outward expression of an inward work of grace, we do
    not practice infant baptism. However, we do encourage presenting our children to the Lord in child
    dedication and blessing until they are old enough to make their own choice and decision (Luke 2:27;
    Mark 10:13-16).
participate in many Catholic or Orthodox rituals and sacraments, including praying the rosary beads.
That said, many people pray on the rosary not as a sacrament, but as an act of religious meditation. You might be
Pentecostal and pray on a rosary if you find that doing so helps to commune with God.
The word “meditate” appears in the Bible (King James Version) 14 times. (Words that could be translated as
“meditate” appear much more often.) The count includes mentions of prominent Bible characters engaging in
the practice, as well as explicit commands for all who worship God to do the same. The latter includes at least
one in the New Testament: 1 Timothy 4:16’s Meditate upon these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy
profiting may appear to all. Add to that commandment this blessing of Psalm 1:1-2: Blessed is the man that
walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.
But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.

Christians are supposed to meditate, the Bible does tell us how to pray, providing examples for virtually every
situation. The Bible tells us how to worship and praise, to the point of supplying doxologies which can be used
for hymns, and telling us how to perform the Lord’s Supper, and also instructing us on the manner that we should
preach and teach. The Bible even tells us how to fast.

Practitioner of meditation who experiences states of divine ecstasy as mystics have throughout the ages and
Pentecostal live it when speaking in thongs, Pentecostal/Charismatic are in fact mystical practice and experience.
It is centered on the experience of the divine. We have all the forms of practices that induce altered states of
consciousness, entering into states of ecstasy, glossilla, energy moving through the group and in individuals,
direct presence of the divine, visions, and so forth. It is critical of the experience of others, mystics, all the while
they are in fact engaging in mystical practices. Meditating on Gods word will help you. Meditating on Gods word
helps to make Gods way a part of your life. Practice meditation.
Frequency of meditation among pentecostals in the Historically Black Protestant Tradition: 66% once a week,
5% once a month, 3% several times a year, 23% seldom or never and 3% don't know according the the site
Pew Research Center at http://www.pewforum.org/ a little less among pentecostals in the Evangelical Tradition
as 61% once a week,
read more about it


The Bible in no uncertain terms encourages us to meditate on God’s law day and night (Josh. 1:8), biblical
meditation doesn’t involve looking within ourselves or emptying our minds for selfish reasons. Rather, it urges
believers to contemplate and deeply reflect God’s Person and faithfulness, it calls us to look to His Word
(Psa. 119), and His creation (Psa. 19, 104). In fact, Christian meditation calls us to look upward and outward
to God so that our minds may be filled with godly wisdom and insight, and so that our hearts may be filled with
comfort, happiness, and joy. The opening words of the Book of Psalms: “Blessed is the man,
delight is in the law of the Lord, who meditates on his law day and night.” (Psa. 1:1-2 NIV).
Ministries
Variety of programs and ministries
designed to fit into your stage in life.

Here are some of the ways that we can
minister to you and your family:
Bible Study Ministry
  • Bible Study Ministry
  • Outreach Ministry
  • Man Ministry
  • Women Ministry
  • Youth Ministry
  • Worship Ministry
  • Events Ministry
  • Inter Church Ministry
  • Lay Ministry
  • Sunday School Ministry
  • Music Ministry
WHEN: WEDNESDAY
TIME: 7:00PM TO 10:00 PM

Minister will be leading the new bible study,  

We have reserved a special spot just for YOU!
Sunday School Ministry
Our Sunday School ministry exists to equip children to know, love, and
serve God in their age and stage of life. Classes focus on building
relationships, learning the bible, doing crafts with bible themes and
activities and some elements of worship.

Women Ministry
Saturday 19:00 pm - 22:00pm
We gather for regularly scheduled, themed, ladies meetings.
These events also include bridal and baby showers. During the meeting,
ladies enjoy a time of fellowship, and are always encouraged in their
Christian lives by a devotional from the Bible.

Men Breakfast Ministry
Wednesday 8:30am to 10:30am

Music Ministry

Worship Ministry
Saturday 9:00AM to 11:00AM