Sundays, 3PM at 810 Broad St, Clifton, NJ.
- Sunday services and Thursday mid-week services are at 810 Broad St, Clifton, NJ at the St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Tuesday prayer meetings alternate between different homes and announced on Sundays
- Sunday services start at 3:00 PM
- Tuesday prayer meetings and Thursday mid-week services start at 7:00 PM
- Contemporary worship
- Services are primarily in English (Filipino/Tagalog is also used)
- There is no dress code. You are welcome to come as you are
A fellowship of faith
united around glorifying God
and growing with one another
To be led and to lead.
Just some of the things we learned: Put God first and lead others to Him. Know your boundaries. Be accountable to a Godly person.
The young adults were given the opportunity to reflect on the Seven Last Sayings of Jesus on the Cross on our Good Friday Service.
The Summary of the Gospel of John, where we learned that Jesus is the Son of God, and that only through him can we receive life.
I created a map of the Gospel of John so everyone can see more clearly the structure and main teachings of the gospel.
What is a Gospel and what is it for? Also, we read through chapters 1-2: the Prologue, John the Baptist, the Wedding at Cana, and Jesus Cleansing the Temple.
There is one God who eternally exists as three distinct Persons — the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
These are called “communicable” because we share them with God as children made in his image.
We should all be able to get along fine without calling each other “legalists” or “compromisers”.
How God's ways are higher than our ways and his thoughts higher than our thoughts.
Nothing can separate us from the love that God has for us! He loved us in our creation and in our salvation, so that we may live with him satisfied.
The solution... is not to simply put all our focus on removing the false god; rather we should seek to replace these gods with the One True God who alone can give full and satisfying pleasure and happiness.
The gods at war video series challenges us with the thought that perhaps all sin springs from the same source – IDOLATRY
On July 24-26 the Compass Youth of JCM Church went on a weekend retreat at Spruce Lake, Canadensis, PA.
While a Christian should note be “arrogant or rude”, love also requires that we should “not rejoice at wrongdoing”.
"Since we are living by the Spirit, let us follow the Spirit’s leading in every part of our lives."
We come to the Lord’s table to remember the present reality of the Cross, to make our lives accountable to God, and to look forward to Christ’s return.
This is our collective work that reflects upon the significance of God's good news in our lives today.
Our Youth (Compass) and Young Adults / College and Career (Y.A.C.C.) retreat will be in July 24 to 26 at Spruce Lake Retreat in Canadensis, PA!
We're reading through Matthew's Gospel as we approach Easter, April 5. Reflect on the significance of the passage and pray that God help you apply what you read.
A message on why God is better and why we should look to him during difficult times in our lives.
A powerful sermon by Judah Smith on Christ's substitutionary sacrifice on the Cross.
This is an excerpt from John Piper's sermon entitled "Boasting Only in the Cross". The full sermon can be found here.
"If we're truly going to deny ourselves, then denying yourself can only be done when you are preoccupied and consumed with someone else."