Montreal Immanuel Sunday service was blessed with more new brothers that attended the Sunday service and Sunday afternoon Bible study The Church gives thanks to God for the continuous growth of the brothers in number and in deepening faith through the word of God. The Sunday sermon explicated on the meaning of Jesus’ cross and his resurrection in order to bring clarity to our own salvation.The preacher, Pastor Jefferson emphasized on the correct understanding of the cross of Jesus and his coming basing on Romans 3 and Matthew 21:33-44. Jesus revealed the truth about his coming and the cross that he must carry for our sins and rebuild the kingdom of God with him as the capstone. The Parable of the Vineyard emphasized that…
February 11 | 2018
Montreal Immanuel Church began daily evangelism from the beginning of the month January. The Church is grateful to God for the fruitful evangelism harvest during the beginning of the year sending good brothers to study the Bible. Regular weekly Bible study and weekend studies are held on Romans and other book study. The Church is praying for all the attending brothers to know God and the truth in the Bible in order to bear fruits of faith and love.
February 1 | 2018
Immanuel Church give thanks to God for His faithfulness to guide more and more souls to the Sunday service. Focusing on the true meaning of entering the kingdom of God, the preacher Pastor Jefferson, delivered sermon from the scripture John 3:1-15. The sermon pointed out the conversation of Jesus with Nicodemus, a high ranking Jewish council who came to meet Jesus in regards to the kingdom of God. The conversation centered on how to attain the kingdom of God. Jesus revealed to Nicodemus that one can enter the kingdom of God only by being born again with water and the spirit. These two sources represents purifying our sins, which is an act of sacrifice carried out with the use of…
December 18 | 2017
On December 15, Montreal Immanuel Church held Christmas Concert~! The goal of the concert was to lead people to the knowledge of God and proclaim the birth of Jesus Christ through musical performance. Jubilee leader Pastor Charlotte and Church leaders give praise and glory to God for the joyful concert held with a presence of God during the event. The concert was livened up with member’s participation throughout the evening. Solo instrumentals by Jubilee team opened the concert, followed by short sermon by the Church Pastor, Jefferson Kim on the meaning of Jesus’ coming and the meaning of true humility. After the sermon, an energetic group dance and a spectacular solo dance performance entertained the attendants. A duet presentation by…
December 6 | 2017
Montreal Immanuel Church praise God for the translation task assigned to the Church translation team. The team will translate foundational Bible study curriculum from English to French Bible study curriculum.This is the first translation work undertaken by the team led by Jessynia Théagène that will be crucial to the French language speakers. The book of Romans Bible study lecture will be the first curriculum to be translated. By the end of this year the translation work will begin and is expected to be finished by the first half of next year. Please pray for the translation work to be led by the Holy Spirit and may it be a spiritual journey for those who will translate. Let God and…
November 16 | 2017
Montreal Immanuel Church is gearing up for the advent Christmas concert to be held on December 15. The goal of the concert is to hold mass evangelism and bring awareness about the precious birth of Jesus Christ through the channel of Christian music. The Church has been praying for such type of events especially in the province of Quebec that lacks voice and resources for Christian youths. Different Christian music from various genres will be showcased led by the Church musicians. Since music is widely appreciated in Montreal and commonly in the French culture, the Church prays that the upcoming Christmas concert will enable the work of God by touching many souls through the Gospel songs. Please pray for the…
October 21 | 2017
And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. And awe came upon every soul, and many wonders and signs were being done through the apostles. And all who believed were together and had all things in common. And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they received their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved. (Acts 2: 42-44, 46,47) Following the example of the early church in the book of Acts and the very own example of our Lord fellowshiping…
September 19 | 2017
Montreal Immanuel Community Church of Olivet Assembly continue to seek and initiate various avenues for outreach. In September 2017, Montreal Immanuel organized it’s first picnic fellowship during the weekend at Lac-aux-Castors located in Mount Royal Park, in Montreal. Around a dozen of members and friends including children joined the picnic enjoying the summer afternoon with delicious meals prepared by the members. A time of praising God and sharing testimony was part of the picnic fellowship. The picnic ended capturing a wonderful group picture. As a first such fellowship held, please continue to pray for the picnic outreach to be blessed by God to reveal His work in saving many more souls.
August 15 | 2017
In August, Montreal Immanuel Church of Olivet Assembly launched it’s weekly newsletter to share good news with it’s growing congregants. The ultimate aim of the Newsletter is to motivate believers in their daily approach to their journey with God. Christian living is essentially an essence of life integral both in one’s professional or personal life.The Church pray that the Newsletter will help believers to dwell in the presence of God. The Newsletter also include Church programs to include participation in the local Church activities and fellowship. May the Newsletter become a tool to reach out to many needy souls.
August 2 | 2017
Montreal Immanuel Church of Olivet Assembly is grateful to witness the fruits of street evangelism. The weekly services continue to welcome young believers seeking God. The Church encourage evangelism as a living practice of discipleship and making disciples of Jesus. Street evangelism is one of the many avenues the Church has initiated during the past weeks to witness Christ to Montreal youths. During this Wednesday service, the Church minister exhorted the youth to seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and find the priorities of life. The sermon was based on Matthew 6:24-34. “No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to…