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  • Online Bible Study Ongoing During Pandemic Period

    Where there is fear and unexpected situation going on, we need more wisdom and guide to protect ourselves and not only that, we need more comfort and grace which ultimately coming from God. Although we couldn’t hold active offline gathering at this point, you can still join us online at Zoom Application. It will be at 3:30PM everyday. For the request regarding online application and access, please feel free to text to Susanna 438-939-0153. I wish you to stay healthy and peaceful during this period. May God bless you and protect you all!

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  • February 26 | 2020
    Lent 2020 Initiate with Prayers of Repentance

    Lent for the year 2020 starts on Wednesday, February 26th and ends on Thursday, April 9 with evening mass on Holy Thursday. Lent starts on Ash Wednesday lasting for 40 days (not Including Sundays) preparing the passion of Jesus Christ. During this period, we are calling members to join daily prayer meetings and reflecting the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

  • January 10 | 2020
    Happy 2020!

    May your New Year will be filled with God’s abundance mercy and blessings! Annually we have custom to pray and worship for New year and pick the Bible verses for each person. In their hearts humans plan their course,     but the Lord establishes their steps. Proverbs 16:9  

  • December 10 | 2019
    Period of Advent : waiting for the Christmas

    The word ‘Advent’ came from the Latin word ‘Adventus’ which means coming. The period is from Nov 27th until Christmas Eve. During this time, Christians remember the birth of Jesus Christ who is son of God. Jesus was sent from his father to save this world, and it is revealing God’s great love toward us. He came to this world where it is darkened, dirtied by the sins of human beings. He dare to be with us and go through the sufferings together even though he was not sinners like us. At that night of birth, who was around with him and celebrating with was not many.  Those were 3 visitors from a far, some shepherds from the field and…

Testimony

  • Japanese Member Share Testimony During Christmas Retreat 2017

      A Japanese Church member from Montreal Kaori Nishi attended the Christmas Retreat 2017. This is her first Christmas retreat in Japan listening to the sermon in her native Japanese language. Although this is her first Church visit in Japan, she participated in the Zion festival, sang with the members and fellowshiped with grace. Upon receiving many grace and love from the members in Japan during the retreat, she gave tearful testimony. Please pray for Kaori to be guided well and grow in the word of God as a true fruit. Below is her testimony. ” I thank God for bringing me to the Christmas Retreat this time. What I learned at this time was the life of Jesus Christ, the lecture…

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  • September 22 | 2017
    Jessynia’s Graceful Testimony from Retreat

    Jessyna from Montreal shared about how she was so inspired by the unique love of the church in Montreal. Despite being in ministry and in the church for a majority of her life, she was touched by the pure and deep love of the minister there, and found that it was truly the place for her to attend and grow in her faith. ”During this retreat, I was reminded that the message of the cross is the power of God for us who share the faith in Jesus-Christ resurrection. The sermons taught me that there is meaning and purpose to our sufferings and hardships. The cross gives us the assurance that we can overcome loneliness and despair with faith and…

  • August 6 | 2017
    Alia’s Testimony After Attending Church Retreat

    Sister Alia from Montreal shared that though it is her first retreat and she was just at the beginning of her christian walk, she received so much love and grace from the messages, and fellowship with brothers and sisters.

  • June 22 | 2017
    Graceful Testimony is Given after the Easter Gathering

    Vincent shared his life saving testimony that he would not be alive if it were not for the change in his life through the gospel of Jesus Christ. He encouraged everyone in the room to always share the grace they had received as it would save many more lives in the future, and that it was their responsibility to share it with as many as possible.