I am the way the truth the life JESUS said
No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6
Who is Jesus?
2000 years ago, the most important figure in history was born in a manger. God, made man in the person of Jesus Christ, lived among us and died voluntarily to reconcile us with the Father. Every human being that is born is spiritually dead because of sin, which separates us from God.
But in his great love, God gives us forgiveness of sins through the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. The price of our forgiveness was Christ’s own life. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16 Jesus became the path of reconciliation between God and humanity, and if we accept him as our personal Lord and Savior, we are free to enjoy the forgiveness that he offers, the right to be called son of God and the guarantee of spending eternity with Him.
Jesus wants to have a personal relationship with us, all we have to do is invite him to be a part of our life: to receive him by faith in our hearts. “Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him” Revelation 3:20
After knowing Jesus
We want you to join us. Why? Because you need a family of faith to grow healthy. Christ came to the world to establish a church; not a building, but a body, a family. “So we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another.” Romans 12:5
In his Word, Jesus left us the mission of making disciples. Matthew 28:19-20 “Go therefore and make disciples…” This is a process that goes far beyond a classroom. Christian life is dynamic and an every day commitment. It is achieved by walking with, and honoring the Lord. Spiritual growth is the result of the influence we exert, life within the life.
Our society is increasingly being characterized for its individualism. Social networks, the instant access to virtual communication, have created a false sense of being accompanied, while, however, continuing to be alone. This allows us to understand the necessity of small groups, in addition to the sermons, because we were not created to be alone, but to live in community. When Christian faith is lived through this context, we understand that growth is substantial, because it is not merely about information, but about life.
It is natural to grow, and our spiritual growth should be a daily goal because this is how we will reach what God desires for our lives.
Strengthening your faith and learning more about who God is, is something that should be done along with others. Through small groups held in households, you can experience Christian life in a practical way. Through Sunday celebrations you can praise God collectively for what He is and for what he has done in the midst of his people.
“And the whole body depends on him. All the parts of the body are joined and held together, with each part doing its own work. This causes the whole body to grow and be stronger in love.” Ephesians 4:16
Serving others is not just for pastors. Jesus said: “…as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.” Matthew 25:40. You can touch the very heart of God when you serve those who surround you.
Coaching a soccer team, or helping someone at the supermarket can be a great testimony of Christ’s love. Of course, there are also many ways to offer your time here at Nazareth. You can join any of our volunteer groups or ministries that help bring the gospel to those who seek the truth contained in the Word of God.
Whether it’s inside or outside of the church, we encourage you to be the best representative possible of Christ’s love. Your life is a book that will be read by those around you, and it will speak of the hope, the faith and the love that is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.
09:00 am – Servicio de Adoración (Español)
11:00 am – Worship Service (In English)
01:00 pm – Servicio de Adoración (Español)
08:00 pm – Bible Study & Prayer (English) *
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Our Small Groups
We have small groups that meet in households during the week. If you would like to connect with one, write us, let us know the best day of the week and the area in which you live.