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Church, means a community composed of Christians, which forms an organized social body, instituted by Jesus Christ or even the place where the teachings of Christ are preached, obeying principles of Christian ethics. Along with spiritual formation, the church has a great social responsibility, far beyond the dictionary definition, the church is a living organism that interacts very tenuously with the community where it is inserted.. The central role of the church's work is the spreading of the gospel, bringing “Good News” and teaching the word of God throughout the world and to every creature (Mark 16:15).

We believe that God has a transformation plan for humanity, and we have to firmly set foot on the ground, because we are responsible for fulfilling this plan, although the spiritual plan has firm purposes, it will not be carried out by angels or by beings from the spirit world. , we Christians together with the Church of Christ should take this initiative and work to make it happen. To draw a paradox, the Holy Bible teaches us that the Kingdom of God is neither food nor drink, but is composed of the full justice of God, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit (Rom. 14:17), in short, this is what the man must seek to implant land here to reflect the values ​​of the Kingdom of God while we live here.

That is why our church is a place where anyone can have the opportunity to serve in God's kingdom. To better serve our community, we have created departments that we call MINISTRIES. Know a little more about our ministries and how to be part of it.
Kid's Ministry

This department is responsible for Christian education for kids attending church. It also has the function of involving the child in the activities of the church and promoting the sharing and living of the Christian life. In the midst of so many attributions, we cannot forget what the values and principles of this ministry are: teaching children the Word of God. All of our efforts need to be directed towards the transmission of knowledge about God, and the Christian life to them, seeking to develop their character through that knowledge.

Family's Ministry

The family has vital ties with society since it is its foundation, and it feeds it continuously with its role of service to life. It is from the family that the citizen is born, and it is within the family that he finds the first school of social virtues that are the animating principle of the existence and development of society itself. From a sociological point of view, the family among other attributes is considered the “mater cell of society”, from the biblical point of view it can be considered the “mater cell of the church”. Because the family is in fact the primary environment where Christians experience the joys and demands of Christian discipleship.

Bible Learning Ministry

Bible study helps us to gain a better understanding of who God is and his role in our lives. We have found, that the more we dive into God's word, the more his word changes us, and the more we want to become like him.

The more you read and evaluate the gospel and God’s plan of salvation is the more you long to be closer to Him.

Women's Ministry

Women have needs and challenges unique to their Christian walks. As we examine these needs, we see the immense importance of developing a thriving women’s ministry in our church. Women need emotionally safe environments. Women often feel safest sharing their hearts, asking questions, requesting prayer, and speaking up when they’re with other women. Regardless of the reason for their reticence, many women feel more comfortable speaking up among women only.

Worship's Ministry

It is our belief here at New Jerusalem Church that the Praise and Worship team is a vital part of the Christian ministry. Members see their role as ministers of the gospel through music and singing. Those who serve on the Worship and Worship Team, therefore, see their role as a call from God and who have a great responsibility which is to lead people to greater intimacy with God through music.

Youth's Ministry

Investing in today’s youth is necessary in growing the body of Christ. Teaching young people in the church to grow in their relationship with the Lord prepares them to serve Christ in all they do. As a result, this nurtures the congregation and allows the church to flourish. Serving young people cannot only prepare them to become future leaders, but also allow them to contribute to the church. This is seen many times in the Bible, as God often used young people to do great things. For example, God used Timothy to pastor and lead the Ephesian church when he was a teenager. 1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”

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Mission's Ministry

Why should I do missions?
Because it is a commandment that the Lord Jesus Christ left for his church (Mt 28:19, 20; Mk 16:15-18).
His commandment is to preach the Gospel, for He wants its message to reach every creature (Mk 16.15), to all nations (Mt 28.19), to all the world (Mk 16.15), to all villages (Mt 9.35 ), everywhere (Acts 17:30). It is interesting that we do not find the apostles giving another commandment, similar to that of Christ, in their writings. We do find evidence that they were fulfilling their task of “preaching” because that was the command they received (cf. Acts 5:42; 16:6; Rom 15:20; 1 Cor 1:17;). But this does not mean that the church of the apostolic period ceased to be a missionary.

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