The Lord Jesus Christ

Free Christmas Evangelistic Outreach Resources

We have free evangelism resources for this Christmas at the Chapel.

These include Christmas bracelets that say “Jesus is the Reason for the Season.”

Also, two Christmas buttons with “Jesus, our Living Hope – Merry Christmas” or “Jesus, He came for you – Merry Christmas.” Pick the one you like, they both have a good message. Jesus did come for all of us, and He is our living hope, for He rose from the dead.

We also have two gospel tracts you can give out during the Christmas season. One is a general Christmas gospel tract, “Jesus – The Real Meaning of Christmas.” This one presents the gospel in a Christmas context with a number of Bible verses from the Old and New Testament.
The other is “How to Recognize the Messiah.“ This one would be good for anyone but is particularly for Jewish people. It presents the gospel with a number of fulfilled messianic prophecies particularly about the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Watch our October 17, 2021 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor

Watch our October 17, 2021 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor from the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 17:24-27).

This passage covered the question to Jesus paying the temple tax and Jesus’s response to cast hook in the sea to get a fish and the money would be in the fish’s mouth. One minor point Tom noted was that this is the only case of fishing with a hook in the New Testament. In all other cases where details are given, nets are used. He also address the supernatural nature of the Lord’s knowledge and of the fish having a coin. He covered other details and applications.

 

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.

 

Watch our September 26, 2021 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor

Watch our September 26, 2021 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor from the Gospel of Matthew.

Tom taught from Matthew 17:10–13. He spoke on the importance of the Lord Jesus, His first and second comings, John the Baptist, and the prophet Elijah (Elias).

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

We are a 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.

 

Sunday Hymn – Hail, Thou Once-Despised Jesus!

It’s been said that much that we learn about God (our theology) is from the hymns that we sing. What we sing is easier to remember, easier to repeat, and there’s something about music that gets things deep into our soul. Here is a hymn we sang last Sunday that teaches us much biblical truth about the Lord Jesus.

Hail, Thou Once Despised Jesus!
Words by John Blakewell & music by François H. Barthelemon

1. Hail, Thou Once Despised Jesus!
Hail, Thou Galilean King!
Thou Didst Suffer To Release Us,
Thou Didst Free Salvation Bring.
Hail, Thou Agonizing Saviour,
Bearer Of Our Sin And Shame!
By Thy Merits We Find Favour,
Life Is Given Through Thy Name.

2. Paschal Lamb, By God Appointed,
All Our Sins Were On Thee Laid;
By Almighty Love Anointed,
Thou Hast Full Atonement Made.
All Thy People Are Forgiven,
Through The Virtue Of Thy Blood;
Opened Is The Gate Of Heaven,
Peace Is Made ‘Twixt Man And God.

3. Jesus, Hail! Enthroned In Glory,
There Forever To Abide;
All The Heavenly Hosts Adore Thee,
Seated At Thy Father’s Side.
There For Sinners Thou Art Pleading,
There Thou Dost Our Place Prepare;
Ever For Us Interceding,
Till In Glory We Appear.

4. Worship, Honour, Power, And Blessing,
Thou Art Worthy To Receive;
Loudest Praises, Without Ceasing,
Meet It Is For Us To Give.
Help, Ye Bright Angelic Spirits,
Bring Your Sweetest, Noblest Lays;
Help To Sing Our Saviour’s Merits,
Help To Chant Immanuel’s Praise.