It was well meaning and the people are cool, but some of the practices were unbiblical (i.e, praying in tongues as a requirement and on outside contact for the first month and only letter writing and church (only visitation after the 30-day probation). While on probation, the only option of drink is tea (supposedly for "detox" purposes). Church service focuses mainly on praying in tongues for an hour, healing prayer and dancing around. Their doctrine is very unclear. Bible studies are limited and all translations are accepted. The senior members frown if a person considers leaving or taking another path in life and they stressed that a person does not talk to the next person about their plans. One of the house leaders even pressured me to attend church the day of my departure. My advice for those who feel trapped is pray for boldness and tell the leaders what you really feel and your reasons for leaving. Before accepting an invitation to a program, ask questions and consult with former members on their side of the story.
6301 W Olympic BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90048
From Business: Our church was founded in 1982 under Orthodox Church in America (OCA) to serve the Romanian and American Eastern Orthodox community in Los Angeles, California, US…
1621 Garvey AveAlhambra, CA 91803
This year was my first year at St. Gregory Nazianzen School and what a great year. My children had attended public school for the last 4years and we tried a private school for the first time. WHY DID WE WAIT!!!!! Private school is definitely the way to go. Every sacrifice is worth it and I will continue for their entire education. Saint Gregory has a quality education with high academic expectations, it’s definitely a Westside school found in the mid-Wilshire area and not as costly. The area is beautiful and different from other local schools. The new principal is changing from a traditional set of learning to a collaborate way of learning. I can’t wait for next year where many new things will be implemented. Starting with 5-8 being departmentalized and focused on high school preparation. More to come…
While baptized and raised a Catholic, I (like many) spent a good number of years away from sacraments, saints, Sunday Mass. When I happened upon Blessed Sacrament, I did not instantly become a church regular, but did feel drawn to them with their outspoken acceptance of all God's children (including gays, the homeless, ex-cons), their thought-provoking homilies (the Jesuit order is the thinking man's Catholicism), and their dedicated community outreach. Attending this church has brought a fresh perspective to my life; I always feel renewed after attending Mass. I don't follow every church rule and have my share of trouble being a good Christian, but Blessed Sacrament welcomes me and I am proud to come to her.
You can find God's love with skin on it here. You can find awesome humble singers, musicians, and all kinds of people singing praises and being thankful for each other and all of their blessings. Miracles happen here and at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday the Gospel Choir is a true blessing to young and old. They have a Prayer Warrior Network that will cry out to the All-Mighty for help when you or a family member or friend is in need! The door is open to all. You may also bring a friend.
I have been a member at New Birth Bible Church for 7 years , i was a wreck when i started attend the Church , i have grown a lot Thanks to my Pastor , since i have been attending this Church i have miracles to miracles God does live in that Church i am a living Testimony . Thank You New Birth for all your Love and Support. My families will always be Greatful.
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Cozy and warming church. Parishioners are very welcoming and friendly. Very cute church. Accessible to all.