On Sunday mornings, you hear the preached Word of God. You will learn how to live and follow Jesus. However, there isn't an opportunity to ask questions. Or share concerns. So, that is why we have Sunday School and Tuesday Night Bible Study,
Both of these have a Q & A Forums. While learning the Bible, you are free to ask questions. As well as, share your viewpoints. As well as, share your viewpoints. Equally welcome, are discussions about world issues and their effects on Christians.
Sunday School begins 10 am o'clock.
Then on Tuesday Night
Bible Study begins at 6:30 pm o'clock.
Community Outreach Ministry
Every third Saturday of the month, we go into the community. It is a time of connecting with our neighbors. Not only are we distributing food and clothing but also sharing the love of Jesus. The people receive words of comfort. This is time to listen and pray with individuals.
A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly (Proverbs 18:24a)
Besides our monthly outreach, House of Prayer Church reaches out to members. Not to mention, showing kindness to other brothers and sisters in the Lord. We send cards of encouragement, hospital visits and/or give Communion to those shut-in. After all, we are brothers and sisters; working together to strengthen each other.
House Of Prayer Educational Learning Center
The acronym is H.O.P.E. Learning Center. In its fifth year, the Center is opened Monday through Friday, 3:00 pm til 6:30 pm. Presently, we provide educational service for children ages 5 to 13. As well as, Notary and Counseling services. There are plans to offer Job Training and Life Skills services, in the future. H.O.P.E. Learning Center exist for the purpose of leading children and adults to Jesus Christ. That is why, the Bible is the primary source in all our training.
Thou will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.
Stay Focus Throughout the Week
Fifty years of Ministry and Still Connecting
A dear sister visited our Church one Sunday. Her words, "I really enjoyed the service. I feel so strong. The way I feel now should last me until Wednesday." Of course, this brought on a chuckle from a church member. However, this is a common happening. By midweek, many people allow the adversary to come and steal their joy. Or they become weak in their spirit. Below are some tips to help keep you excited about Jesus all week.
First, set a time for pray and meditation. Five, ten or fifteen minutes, how long is not important. Secondly, read your Bible or other inspirational materials. The Sunday morning scripture is a good starting point. Thirdly, sermons are posted on the website. So whenever you reach a low point, go back and listen to a sermon.
The "Thought of the Week", is another way to keep your mind stayed on Jesus. Fourthly, participate in the weekly Fast on Tuesday and Thursday. Fasting enhances our prayers. Therefore, you need to be in prayer on Tuesday. Consequently, you will learn how to walk in God's strength and not in your strength. Lastly, comment, share and testify! You are an email, a testimony or call away from encouraging words.