Worship

Sunday:
11:00 A.M.           Worship Celebrations

Wednesday:
7.00P.M.               Mid-Week Worship and Bible Study

Friday:
All DayChurch’s Prayer and Fasting Day
 7:00 P.M.              Prayer Service

Saturday:
TBA                      Children’s ministry
TBA                      Youth Ministry

Worship Style
Our God is the God of creativity and styles. We are obligated to worship Him in creativity and different styles. You may experience some of the following creative styles of worship in our church:
Why Do We Stand to Sing?
We honor God when we stand and worship. “Then the Levites of the children of Korahites and of the children of Korahites stood up and praise the Lord God of Israel with a loud voice on high” – II Chronicles. 20:19.

Why do we lift our hands?

We lift our hands to bless and praise the Lord! Psalms 63:4, 134:2, I Timothy 2:8

Why do we dance?

We dance to express our joy for our King, Jesus Christ, the Lord -  Psalms 149:3, Psalms 150:4.

Why do we wave banner?
We wave the banner to express our victory in God. Secondly, because the Lord is our banner (victory) – Exod.17:15

Why are musical instruments and whistles a part of the worship service?

To make a joyful noise unto the Lord – Psalms 47:1, Psalms 149:3, Psalms 150:3-5

Why do we speak in tongues and interpret?
It is our prayer language. Also tongues are used to interpret the message from God in an unknown language into the known language of the local congregation. – I Corinthians 12:7,10; 14:5

Why do we honor Prophesy?
To strengthen, encourage and comfort the church. – I Corinthians 14:3-4,2 Kings 3:15-19

Why do we lay hands?

Jesus said we could lay hands on the sick and they shall recover (Mark 16:18). Laying on of hands is for healing, impartation and deliverance.

Why do we believe in strong prayer atmosphere?
Prayer is the foundation on which all successes are built upon. Prayer is the key to victory. Prayer creates the atmosphere for the Holy Spirit to move.   Secondly, Jesus said: “…My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations…” Mark 11:17.  Therefore, we live to pray and pray to live!