Peniel Church will join the 2019 Northeast Summer Retreat with sister churches in the Northeast region at its main church in New York. The transportation will be provided between New Haven and NY. Please join us! Date: Aug 10-11, 2019 Theme: To the Riverside of Grace of the Lord Location: Immanuel Community Church (Opening Service) Fellowship at Beach (Pelham Bay Park in New York) Sunday Worship by Dr.De Vries at Lower Manhattan Registration Information | email@example.com
July 17 | 2019
Peniel will join the united one-day mini-retreat held at Immanuel Community Church on July 20th. Please join us! Theme: Christian Leadership Date: July 20th, 2019 Location: Immanuel Church in New York
April 6 | 2019
Peniel Church will join the Easter Retreat that will be held in the update New York with other partnering churches in the Eastcoast from April 19th to 21st. There will be 5 Bible lectures, prayer night, worship night, and Easter activities concluded with the Easter Service on Sunday. The accommodation will be provided at a reasonable price and transportation between New Haven, CT and the retreat place in upstate New York (Dover, NY) is free. Please join us this graceful celebration of the risen Lord in this Easter. For more information, please email or call us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-787-8206.
March 6 | 2019
From March 6th, Peniel Church starts its Lenten Daily Bible Studies at noon until the Easter and will meditate on the cross of Jesus through the book of John. In this Lenten season, Christians enter into another profound time of the year after Christmas to meditate the theme of Cross and Resurrection. Peniel Church takes special Bible Studies that illuminate the Lord’s suffering and love. Congregants are called to remember God’s unconditional love demonstrated through His Son’s cross. With repentance and prayer, believers also participate in this forty-day path to be renewed in knowing God’s love more deeply. Suffering is a centerpiece of Christian message that continually brings people to see Lord’s death on the Cross. Apostle Paul wrote that…