We will have an incredible line up of live music being performed, a message by the pastor and testimonies by Teen Challenge. We have seen tremendous breakthroughs and miracles during the first two events. Testimonials by people declaring they have surrendered their lives over to the care of Jesus and were healed from the bondages of addiction, mental health and abuse. This is a free event and all are welcome. Join us to celebrate the joy of life and the power of Christ. We stand together with God believing to break chains and generational curses.
- Rabbi Or Rose is the founding Director of the Betty Ann Greenbaum Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College. Before assuming this position in 2016, he worked in various administrative and teaching capacities at Hebrew College for over a decade, including serving as a founding faculty member and Associate Dean of the Rabbinical School. Rabbi Rose was also one of the creators of CIRCLE, The Center for Interreligious & Community Leadership Education, cosponsored by Hebrew College and Andover Newton Theological School (2007 – 2017). In addition to his work at Hebrew College, Rabbi Rose has taught for the Bronfman Youth Fellowships, The Wexner Graduate Fellowship, Me’ah, and in a variety of other academic, religious, and civic contexts throughout North America and in Israel. He is the co-editor of Speaking Torah: Spiritual Teachings from Around the Maggid’s Table (Jewish Lights), and the award-winning anthology, My Neighbor’s Faith: Stories of Interreligious Encounter, Growth, and Transformation (Orbis). His most recent publication is the anthology, Words To Live By: Sacred Sources for Interreligious Engagement (Orbis 2018). In 2009 – 2010, he was selected as a member of the Shalom Hartman Institute’s inaugural North American Scholar’s Circle. In 2014, Northeastern University honored him for his interreligious educational efforts.
- Rodney L. Petersen, PhD is executive director of The Lord’s Day Alliance of the U.S. (LDAUSA) and Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries (CMM), greater Boston area’s oldest interfaith social justice network. He is formerly executive director of the Boston Theological Institute, taught in the member schools and overseas, and was co-founder of the Religion and Conflict Transformation program. He serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations. Petersen is author or co-editor of numerous publications, including, Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Religion, Public Policy and Conflict Transformation (Templeton Foundation Press, 2001); Overcoming Violence (BTI, 2010); Formation for Life: Peacemaking and Twenty – First Century Discipleship (Wipf and Stock, 2013); general editor of George H. Williams, History of Religion at Harvard, 3 volumes (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014); and Religion and Public Policy: Human Rights, Conflict, and Ethics (Cambridge University Press, 2015).
- Carl Sharif El-Tobgui, PhD is Associate Professor of Arabic & Islamic Studies and Director of the Arabic Language Program in the Near Eastern and Judaic Studies department at Brandeis University. Professor El-Tobgui’s scholarly expertise lies in the field of Islamic thought, with a special concentration on theology, law, and jurisprudence. He has recently published his first book, Ibn Taymiyya on Reason and Revelation, which examines a 10-volume treatise on the relationship between reason and scripture. In addition to his expertise in Islamic thought, Professor El-Tobgui has a deep love of language in general and of Classical Arabic in particular and has enjoyed for many years exploring the intricacies of Arabic grammar, as well as classical literature and poetry with his students.
- What is the role of God in this pandemic?
- What is the role of spirituality and religion?
- What is the role of people of faith?
- How can we connect more with our spiritual being and God so that we can help the world overcome this crisis?
- What do we tell our children when they ask why is God doing this?
- And many others
Support the life-changing work of refugee leaders!
1) Join our virtual gathering on Tuesday, December 3rd, from 9-9:30am to learn about the Converge Partnership with the Intercultural Ministries of Emmanuel Gospel Center (EGC) and Universal Human Rights International, leveraging the skills of our diverse community with refugee leadership at the forefront of refugee work.
2) Register to attend our fundraiser dinner on Thursday, December 5 from 6-8 pm to hear from refugees about how they are taking initiative to support their communities.
3) Mark your calendars to donate on Giving Tuesday. Thrivent Financial Services will match $1 for every $2 donation to the partnership made on Giving Tuesday!
To learn more, join the virtual gathering, to donate toward the match, or to RSVP for the dinner, please visit: www.egc.org/refugee
Come to our first ever Paint Night Ministries Event! Enjoy an intimate night out as we enjoy growing closer to our Lord and savior through music, poetry, and other forms of art. Limited pre stenciled painting slots available! Come paint, worship, and mingle with fellow believers. Invite others to experience the love God has for us all. Food and beverages for sale by the cafe. We are asking for a sliding donation of $5-25. Donations will allow us to continue to provide materials and spaces for future P.N.M events
Paint Night MInistries Donates 10% of one check a month to the Church and local organizations, ministries, or causes. We also are saving for our outreach ministry in the near future so we can provide Free fun events to those who needs spiritual uplifiting. Support the artists financially by donating to the Performers ticket!
We will be painting “Born Into the Kingdom” 1 Peter 3:21 “and this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also—not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a clear conscience toward God. It saves you by the resurrection of Jesus Christ,
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EVENT STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:00 ARRIVE 15 MINUTES EARLY!!!
7:00-7:30-Mix and Mingle, Order food, Music (Painters can start painting)
7:35-7:45-Intro, Prayer and Scripture reading
7:50-8:05-ACT 1: JV Ministries
8:10-8:25-ACT 2: Luvan Legacy (Instrumental & Dance)
8:30-8:45- ACT 3: Shanell Alyssa Music
8:50-9:05-ACT 4: N.E.I.S ( NO END IN SIGHT) Music
9:10- 9:25-Act 5: DS Ministries
9:30Closing Prayer and Announcements (Painting Ends)
(People can stay and mingle till 10:00!)
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE! LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE GET YOURS TODAY!!!
Join us for an evening of music as we celebrate God’s love for the world at our Honduras Benefit Concert! For the past six years, Pentecostal Tabernacle has partnered with World Resources Group (WRG), to send a missions team to Honduras to work with mentors who have devoted their lives to serving the youth in their communities. These trips have given us the opportunity to build relationships with the children, their families, and the dedicated Honduran mentors who serve them. This year, our missions team will depart for Honduras on July 28th, and proceeds from the concert will benefit their trip. Tickets are $10, and you must purchase one to attend this event.
Date: Saturday, May 4th 2019
Location: Pentecostal Tabernacle North Campus – 77 Columbia Street, Cambridge MA 02139
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Featured Artists: Nicole Schmidt, 7th Degree, Kamva, Caleb McCoy
Tickets: Purchased online at www.ptspice.org