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  • Acts Bible Study Starts at Agape

    On June 6, Agape Community Church started a new Bible Study series on the Book of Acts. The book of Acts was written by Luke, the only non-Jewish writer of the books in the Bible. And it’s the only book in the Bible recording the early church history right after the Ascension of Jesus Christ. We could see how the Holy Spirit was leading the early church in her growth and challenges, which gives precious lessons to church and Christians today. Welcome to join us for a Bible study at 7 PM on Wednesday.

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  • May 21 | 2018
    Pentecost Service 2018

    On May 20, Agape Community Church held the Pentecost service and the members experienced abundant grace from the worship service and prayer time. The minister Pastor John Zhang preached the message from Acts 2:1-21. Why is Pentecost important? At the first Pentecost after the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit came down on the disciples and they were empowered to witness for Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit is the one who starts the Great Commission and will finish it. Therefore, it’s vital for the churches and Christians to walk with the Holy Spirit and work with the Holy Spirit. From that Pentecost, the Holy Spirit was poured down through Jesus Christ and an era of calling on Jesus Christ to…

  • March 26 | 2018
    Easter Service

    On March 25, Burlington Agape Community Church held an early bilingual Easter Service with the message from Luke 24:13-35. Twelve people including five newcomers attended the service and some more families came for the kids’ activity after service.

  • February 18 | 2018
    Chinese New Year Event

    On February 16, Burlington Agape Community Church held a Chinese New Year outreach event. The event starts with a prayer of giving thanks and asking blessings from God. Then they had food and fellowship. The church minister gave each attendant a Scripture card of blessings and explained what it means. Chinese New Year is the most important festival for Chinese people. Two Christian sisters served and prepared most of the food. The whole church is very grateful for what God did through this event.