raise your hands

The Singing Group, “The Believers”

The Christian singing group “The Believers” has sung the musical special at the Chapel several times this year. They are very good at picking songs, and singing them with great harmonizing. They sing in different styles from classic hymn style to spiritual to jazz.

One of the members started attending the chapel during the shutdown. During this time, a group of singers from her church started singing together. Recently, they have named themselves, “The Believers.” We are always blessed when they visit and sing.

If you are interested in The Believers singing for your church or group, here’s their contact phone number.

The Believers

Where morning downs
And evening fades,
You call forth songs of joy
Psalms 65:8

Pat McLean 619-461–8168

You can listen to some of their singing at the Chapel here. Videos below are set to start at their singing:

“In This Very Room”

 

“Stand and Leaning Medley”

 

“Deep River”

 

“Pass Me Not”

 

“Raise Your Hands”

Watch our September 26, 2021 Worship service, sermon by Sohrab Ramtinon Rumble, too

Here’s an announcement I forgot to put up. Also, on Rumble – Watch our September 26, 2021 Worship service, including singing, announcements, a musical special (by the regularly visiting group “The Believers” who also gave a benediction), and a sermon by Sohrab Ramtin.

Sohrab preached from Mark 8:1-10 on the feeding of the 4000, “creating bread from grain that never grew…” He taught on divine compassion, how God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is compassionate. He showed how the Lord Jesus Christ’s taught the apostles compassion for both Jews and Gentiles.

This Sunday our worship service included –

Quiet Time

1st hymn #95 “When Morning Gilds the Skies” (Stand, remain standing for prayer)

Invocation

2nd hymn #369 “Sunlight, Sunlight”

Announcements

3Rd hymn #547 “Jesus is Lord of All” (Stand, remain standing for prayer)

Pastoral Prayer

Special music “Pass Me Not” by The Believers

Speaker: Dr. Sohrab Ramtin (Mark 8:1–10, the feeding of the 4000 and divine compassion for Jews and Gentiles)

Closing Hymn “He Touched Me” (chosen after the sermon)

Benediction “Raise Your Hands” by The Believers


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

Mission Valley Community Chapel a Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth 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 September 26, 2021 Worship service, sermon by Sohrab Ramtin

Watch our September 26, 2021 Worship service, including singing, announcements, a musical special (by the regularly visiting group “The Believers” who also gave a benediction), and a sermon by Sohrab Ramtin.

Sohrab preached from Mark 8:1-10 on the feeding of the 4000, “creating bread from grain that never grew…” He taught on divine compassion, how God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is compassionate. He showed how the Lord Jesus Christ’s taught the apostles compassion for both Jews and Gentiles.

This Sunday our worship service included –

Quiet Time

1st hymn #95 “When Morning Gilds  the Skies” (Stand, remain standing for prayer)

Invocation

2nd hymn #369 “Sunlight, Sunlight”

Announcements

3Rd hymn #547 “Jesus is Lord of All” (Stand, remain standing for prayer)

Pastoral Prayer

Special music “Pass Me Not” by The Believers

Speaker: Dr. Sohrab Ramtin (Mark 8:1–10, the feeding of the 4000 and divine compassion for Jews and Gentiles)

Closing Hymn “He Touched Me” (chosen after the sermon)

Benediction “Raise Your Hands” by The Believers


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

Mission Valley Community Chapel a Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth 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.