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Gateway Community Church provides worship and prayer services for children, youths and adults. It offers Bible-study services for children up to Grade five. The church provides Bible-centered education through storytelling, drama, skits, music, puppet shows, and arts and crafts. It also offers family support, recovery and healing services. Gateway Community Church provides case management, career counseling, and housing and financial assistance services. It offers assistance with job search and retention, as well as training for the development of interviewing skills and resumes building. The church also provides Christian counseling services for individuals and couples. Additionally, it operates several ministries, including child dedication, adult, home school and children s. Gateway Community Church is located in Austin, Texas.

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Phone: (512) 452-5330

Fax: (512) 452-5330

Fax Number: (512) 452-5330

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Leffler Commercial, Northwest Austin, Los Indios

Gateway Church Austin

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Gateway church people provided our low income housing complex a dinner with desert in downtown Austin. We were able to have conversation with the members of Gateway and I hope that their time was seen as beneficial and worthwhile. Thanks to J.T.,Karen,Mark and all of the rest of you who were here. As a whole the congregation and Gateway Church should be thanked for a job well done. Sincerely, David Schumaker @ Capitol Studio(resident)



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We have been attending and involved in Gateway for about 4 years. I was a youth pastor for 8 years before stepping out of ministry due to a dishonest pastor who eventually went to jail. I didn't want to even attend church for a while and have struggled to trust lead pastors since then. It took a long time and meeting the pastors on staff to get to a place where I really believe their hearts are right and they really trying to love people the way Jesus did. There mottos are ""Come as you are, but don't stay as you are"" and ""No perfect people allowed."" If you don't really have a relationship with Jesus or if you are tired of religion and the dead churches where it's all about themselves, this is a good place.

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