Communion service

Watch on October 2, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Tom Cantor (Ezra 9)

Watch on September October 2, 2022 Worship/Communion service, It includes prayers, hymn singing, announcements, a missionary spotlight, special music and a sermon by Tom Cantor from Ezra 9, “From My Heaviness.” Our service this morning concludes with our first Sunday communion service.

Sunday Services

Join us for worship and fellowship!
9:30 a.m. Breaking of Bread/The Lord’s Supper
10:00 a.m. Sunday School for all ages, Adult Sunday school – Tom Cantor
10:55 a.m. Refreshments on the Patio
11:15 a.m. Worship Service – sermon by Tom Cantor

(We have a traditional worship service including hymn singing, prayer, announcements, a musical special, and a sermon from the Bible. We dress from very casual to formal.)

“I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the LORD.” (Psalm 122:1)

We are a small multigenerational church committed to exalting the Lord Jesus Christ through the Bible and missions.

Worship with Us this Easter Sunday
Worship with Us this Easter Sunday

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All of Mission Valley Community Chapel’s leadership is volunteer. This enables the majority of our giving to go to missionaries and evangelists in San Diego and around the world. There are opportunities for those interested in serving in including evangelism, music, upkeep, and hospitality.

Watch our July 24, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Sohrab Ramtin (Mark 13)

Watch our July 24, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, and a sermon by Sohrab Ramtin from Mark 13.

The Chapel emphasizes the Lord Jesus Christ through Missions, Prayer, and the Word of God.

Mission Valley Community Chapel a small multigenerational Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth Brethren (Christian Brethren) assembly. All leadership is volunteer, enabling the majority of our giving to go to evangelists and missionaries worldwide. There are opportunities to serve for those interested in participating, including outreach, hospitality, and music.

Watch our July 24, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Sohrab Ramtin (Mark 13)

Watch our July 24, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, and a sermon by Sohrab Ramtin from Mark 13.

The Chapel emphasizes the Lord Jesus Christ through Missions, Prayer, and the Word of God.

Mission Valley Community Chapel a small multigenerational Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth Brethren (Christian Brethren) assembly. All leadership is volunteer, enabling the majority of our giving to go to evangelists and missionaries worldwide. There are opportunities to serve for those interested in participating, including outreach, hospitality, and music.

Watch our June 12, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Sam Burton (John 11)

Watch our June 12, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music, and a sermon by retired missionary Dr. Sam Burton on the raising of Lazarus (John 11).

Retired missionary Sam Burton taught on the raising of Lazarus by the Lord Jesus (John 11). First, Tom P. Read portions from the Chapter. Then Sam gave a short background on the location, Bethany. He included the ascension (Luke 24:50-51). He also pointed out that this was a place of fellowship and rest for Jesus.

Sam then went on about John 11. He noted that the sickness was for the glory of God. By raising Lazarus, the Lord showed that he was “the resurrection and the life.” Sam pointed out that Christ resurrection and ascension is our “Victory! Joy!” By it we have hope and joy. He then took the Lord‘s question to Martha about “Do you believe this?” and applied it to the listeners. Do you believe this?

Sam then went on to point out that our purpose was to live for the glory of God, too. He gave two lessons to be learned. The first was “Wow!”, about the marvel of the event. The second was the importance of resurrection.

More worship services with sermons by Sam Burton and others HERE
or on our YouTube

Watch our June 5, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Sam Burton (Luke 22:7–20)

Watch our June 5, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, hymn singing, announcements, special music, and a sermon by retired missionary Dr. Sam Burton (Luke 22:7–20).

Dr. Sam Burton gave a passage on Communion/the Lord supper. He taught primarily from Luke 22:7–20 and first Corinthians 11:23–28. First, Tom P.read these passages. Next Sam Burton compared the Last Supper to Passover “opportunity for all.“ He noted that Jesus was the Lamb of God (John 1:29). He also noticed how Pastor Charles Spurgeon had used Titus 3:5 “the kindness and goodness of God our Savior.“

Sam then went on to give details about the last supper. He then moved on to Pentecost (noting that this Sunday was Pentecost Sunday) and to the apostle Paul’s teaching to the church in Corinth. He connected the Lord’s supper to the second coming “do this until he comes.“

Sam then pointed out we were to examine ourselves in order to eat, not examine ourselves in order not to eat. He compared communion to the memorial stones the children of Israel got from the Jordan river when they crossed and and then set up.

Also on Rumble – May 1, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Tom Cantor (Nahum chapter 2)

Also on Rumble, Watch our May 1, 2022 Worship/Communion service. It includes singing, announcements, special music, and a sermon by Tom Cantor from Nahum chapter 2.

The Chapel emphasizes the Lord Jesus Christ through Missions, Prayer, and the Word of God.

Mission Valley Community Chapel a small multigenerational Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth Brethren (Christian Brethren) assembly. All leadership is volunteer, enabling the majority of our giving to go to evangelists and missionaries worldwide. There are opportunities to serve for those interested in participating, including outreach, hospitality, and music.

Watch more on our Website or on Rumble

Watch our May 1, 2022 Worship/Communion service, sermon by Tom Cantor (Nahum 2)

Watch our May 1, 2022 Worship/Communion service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music a hymn on a harmonica by Josè H., and a sermon by Tom Cantor from Nahum 2.

The hymns sung this week included “Not All the Blood of Beasts” and “Hail, Thou Once-Despised Jesus!“

Tom Cantor from Nahom 2 on Nineveh’s judgment and destruction. He noted that when we are under pressure we have three voices they can speak to us the voice of the adversary (Devil), God (unlike the devil God is good), and self-reliance.

Tom pointed out that 100 years before Jonah had prophesied to Nineveh and they had repented. But now they were relying on self instead of God (2:1, 13). He noted in a two: to the emptiness of Nineveh. He contrasted that to the feeling that God gives (John 5:10; Luke 12:32; Colossians 2:6, and many other passages).

Tom Cantor then noted the interesting note that this prophecy was 100 years before the destruction of Nineveh. This too gave them time to repent, but they did not this time. He then described how the prophecies here were fulfilled when Babylon conquered Nineveh.

Tom concluded his teaching on Nahum 2 with the application of God’s love and desire that people repent and the gospel.

Watch more of our worship services Here or on YouTube.