“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”

— Pastor Dan Nzenwa Enyioko

Chidrens’s  ministry

Children are a blessing from God and are a very important part of the Champions  Family. We value children and their relationship with God and seek to provide a welcoming and nurturing community where all children can grow spiritually

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Women ministry

Our Women’s Ministry exists for all women and includes Women on Mission (Open Hearts), which meets the first Tuesday of each month of the school year at noon in the Fellowship Hall with lunch and childcare provided

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Music ministry

Music Ministry exists to serve the local church in helping leadership teams and individuals to serve God with the gifts he has given them in music

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Men’s ministry

At The Gathering Place we believe that one of the most urgent and most neglected ministries in the church today is Ministry to Men. For the past few years, we have been purposeful in establishing a thriving Men’s Group.
Our vision is: “Build our Men; and they will Build His Church

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Youth ministry

We ensure youths can understand that Christianity in its most simple terms revolves around God’s work to redeem and reconcile sinners to himself through the life, death, and resurrection of Christ

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Crusade Ministry

The Missions Ministry exists to engage believers in fulfilling the commands of Jesus Christ in Acts 1:8 and Matthew 28:19-20 by making Him known through our witness and making disciples around the corner and to the ends of the earth.

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You’ve heard it before: The Gospels only record one prayer request from our Lord Jesus. “Pray for laborers!” If you are not already involved, somebody somewhere is praying for you to become involved in the ministry. The need is greater than ever. The fields are whiter than ever. Laborers are as relatively few as ever.

Remember, what Jesus commissioned us to do is what He demonstrated Himself time and again in His personal ministry. Jesus always saw people. In the desperation of their need and in the fragility of their faith, He saw them. Social status, ethnic background, sullied reputation, gender, race, or age—nothing precluded Jesus’ involvement in the lives of others.

Until we contextualize what we do (including the places we go and the jobs we perform) in terms of the gospel, we are missing out on a big part of the reason we’re even here on this planet.