Ministries

The main purpose of our ministries is

  • To bring people to saving faith in Christ and then assist them to grow in Christ-likeness.
  • To bring every believer into a vital, authentic relationship with God through the grace of Christ and through Holy Spirit such that every believer glorifies God in thought, word, and deed both in the church and in the world with the ultimate goal of presenting everyone complete in Christ
  • Apart from our regular Sunday worships we also focus on some regular ministries to enrich our faith and fellowship.

Prayer Ministry

An active and dynamic prayer ministry is vital for the survival and growth of each believer individually and the church corporately. Our prayer ministry is diverse in its form which involves:

Fasting Prayer – Every month, second Saturday at 9:30 am (to 11.00 am)

எஸ்றா 8:23 “அப்படியே நாங்கள் உபவாசம்பண்ணி, எங்கள் தேவனிடத்திலே அதைத் தேடினோம்; எங்கள் விண்ணப்பத்தைக் கேட்டருளினார்.”

Fasting will help us to have a more intimate relationship with Christ. It will help us to overcome sin, bad habits, and help open your eyes to things that are displeasing to God in your life. Fasting and prayer is a time to separate yourself from your regular patterns and from things of the world and come closer to the Lord.

As a church family, we come together to pray for the needs of the world and the church—its’ members; thus, we support each other especially the sick, the fragile and the weak in various aspects. We fervently pray all prayer requests that are made by individuals and families. Maintaining confidentiality is our priority, if and as needed, in such prayers. There is also a time of thanksgiving as our prayers are answered.

Cottage Prayer – Last Saturday of each month at 06:00 pm

அப்போ 5:42 “தினந்தோறும் தேவாலயத்திலேயும் வீடுகளிலேயும் இடைவிடாமல் உபதேசம்பண்ணி, இயேசுவே கிறிஸ்துவென்று பிரசங்கித்தார்கள்.”

‘Gathering from house to house breaking bread, praising God, sharing and eating their food with glad and generous hearts’ was the experience of the early church. Following this practice, the members of the church take turns to host such gatherings and extend a hospitality which in part also reflect our Tamil culture. Sharing the word of God in Bible study and prayers particularly for the family are integral in this occasion.