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Seven Ministry Initiatives









 1. ​Sunday Morning - Exodus 20:8-11; Mark 2:27; Acts 2:42-44
 Our church celebrates Sunday morning as a Sabbath to the Lord and keeps it holy as a day of new beginning.   We would like to begin the first day of the week with the celebration of “Means of Grace” that shapes our   future!
 2. Assimilation - Deuteronomy 6:3-12; Matthew 28:19-20
 We help one another understand that God wants us to bless the children of God of all ages, genders and   races through the Church that Jesus Christ has opened. We welcome all seekers to our spiritual journey - A   Journey from Afar.
 3. Intergenerational - Exodus 3:15
 Beginning with heritage, we would like to continue to honor the unique context of each generation. Our   worship, study, service and sharing include all generations and the generations to come.
 4. Technology - Acts 28:31
 Our church shall take advantage of the advanced technology to bring the Gospel of Christ for all, to enhance   faithful connections of the members and friends of  the church, and to bring forth God’s Kingdom in our   midst.
 5. Third Place - Numbers 35:6; Isaiah 56:7; John 14:1-2
 Our church is a third place, like a city of refuge, built and consecrated by God for the people of God.  It is a   place like an oasis with living water. It is a house of prayer for all God’s people. Everyone is welcome. The 3rd   place is a concept of the church, as we under stand our family home as the 1st place and our work   environment as the second.
 6. Glocal - Global and Local - Luke 3:38; John 3:16
 Outreach is not limited to a particular location.  Charity begins at home. At the same  time we value the   mission and ministry to the ends of the earth. (Acts 1:8)
 7. Accommodation - Isaiah 55:1; Galatians 3:26-29; Ephesians 5:1
 Our church seeks out all people just as they are. Everyone is welcome in the name of Jesus Christ—Lamb of   God who takes away the sins of the  World. With radical hospitality we would like to be more like Christ, who   healed the sick, ate with the sinners and sought out the lost.