But we preach Christ crucified… ( 1Corinthians 1:23 )

Annual Conference

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Emmanuel Gospel Assembly Edmonton

Emmanuel Gospel Assembly was founded by Pr. Joshua John 2012, as a Malayalam Pentecostal church, Pastor Joshua desire was to see people find their way to the saving grace of Jesus Christ in the community of Edmonton, Alberta. With the calling of God started the house meeting on 2010 in their house and there were approximately 10 people in attendance during the first meeting on Saturday, May 10 2010.

The meeting and evangelism continued in Saturday evenings at Pr. Joshua’s house at Terwillegar town, we hoist the first annual convention on 2011 may at River bend recreation centre and the guest speaker was Pr. Johnson Daniel form Houston USA, and 2011 grow up the group and moved the meeting in Mill woods community church Edmonton renting a room for every Saturday evenings for worship meeting, 2012 hoist the 2nd convention on may with guest speaker Pr. Gigi Varghese form New York, and Established and registered as church on may 2012 with Pastor Gigi Varghese and Pastor Jacob Mathew. Moved the meeting to a rental place at Millhurst community hall, since 2012 we using the same place for every Sunday morning worship meetings, while our worship meetings we feel the fire of Pentecost swept through the hall every Sunday morning.

People from the community were baptized in Jesus name and filled with the Holy Spirit, just like the day of Pentecost. During this time, evening meetings be held at the home, but this did not hinder the work of God, Emmanuel Gospel Assembly church praise and worship every Sunday morning at Millhurst community hall 5811 19 A Ave Edmonton. Church activities Sunday school, youth meetings, cottage meetings ladies meeting out reach meetings Fasting prayer and annual convention.

It is the mission of Emmanuel Gospel Assembly “to reach the people of the community in order to teach, equip and develop a generation of respectful people sincerely dedicated to the service of the Lord”.

The congregation finally had a place to call “home” today; an average of 50 to 60 people can be seen entering the building for praise and worship every Sunday morning.

 

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