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Prayer for each other

Often when we come to pray for someone we’re not quite sure what their needs are or how we should pray. Colossians 1:9-14 is how Paul prays for the church and gives a pattern that we can use as a model to pray for each other confident that the answer to this prayer will transform our lives. Let us see some of the requests in this prayer:



Manuel Gonzalez was the first rescue worker to reach the 33 miners trapped for 69 days in a Chilean mine explosion in 2010. At great risk to his own life, he went underground more than 2,000 feet to bring the trapped men back to the surface. The world watched in amazement as one by one each miner was rescued and transported to freedom.

Carry the name of Jesus

2013 is a new year with new opportunities. There are many things that we have to do this year. But in everything that we have to do I want to remind you of the your overall goal. It is to ‘carry the name’ of Jesus with you wherever you go.

A hunger for God

A Hunger for God by John Piper

The permanency of the gospel


Permanency of the gospel

One of the precious truths that we receive from God’s word is the assurance of salvation and the permanency of the gospel. 


The glory of preaching


The Glory of Preaching

Rev. William Fitch, Knox Presbyterian Church, Toronto



God in everything

Charles Spurgeon writes 'But we do not observe God's hand as much as we should. Our good puritanic forefathers, when it rained, used to say, that God had unstopped the bottles of heaven. When it rains nowadays, we think the clouds have become condensed. If they had a field of hay cut, they used to plead of the Lord that he would bid the sun shine. We, perhaps, are wiser, as we think; and we consider it hardly worth while to pray about such things, thinking they will come in the course of nature.

What be your attitude

Many people assume being meek to mean a sign of weakness. They believe the definition of meekness is someone who allows others to walk over the top of them, or to let others go before them because they are too shy to lead. However, when we look at the people in the Bible who are described as meek, we see Moses a great leader, and Jesus himself.

Fresh wind, fresh fire

The Times Are Urgent God Is on the Move Now Is the Moment to ... ask God to ignite his fire in your soul! Pastor Jim Cymbala believes that Jesus wants to renew his people---to call us back from spiritual dead ends, apathy, and lukewarm religion. Cymbala knows the difference firsthand. Thirty-five years ago his own church, the Brooklyn Tabernacle, was a struggling congregation of twenty. Then they began to pray ... God began to move ... street-hardened lives by the hundreds were changed by the love of Christ ...



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Week at a glance!


Sunday School - 10:30 am

Bible Class - 10:30 am

Prayer meeting - 10:30 am

Morning service - 11:30 am

Evening service - 7:30 pm

Root & Fruit Group - 9:00 pm

(3rd Sunday in the month)


BWF -8 pm (first Monday in the month)


Prayer meeting & Bible Study-8pm


Parents & Toddler's - 9:15-11:30am

659 Club - 7 pm (1st & 3rd Fridays in the month)


Young at Heart - 12 noon

(first Saturday in the month)

JAM - 7-8:30pm (1st, 2nd & 4th Saturdays in the month)

Infinity - 9-11pm (1st, 2nd & 4th Saturdays in the month)

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