Most of us may ever feel hopeless due to our own sin, weakness, and evil in the world. The resurrection of Jesus is important to each of us, because he had victory over sin and death, and he did it for you and me. Welcome to join us! https://burlingtonagape.my.webex.com/meet/burlingtonagape You can open it directly from your computer. If you prefer to use a smartphone, first install the app Cisco Webex and tap the link above. Don’t hesitate to call us at 802-448-0655 if you have any questions.
March 13 | 2020
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, we will only have online services for the coming weeks. Here is the URL address for joining online service: https://burlingtonagape.my.webex.com/meet/burlingtonagape You can open it directly from your computer. If you prefer to use a smartphone, first install the app Cisco Webex Meetings and tap the link above. Don’t hesitate to call us at 802-448-0655 if you have any questions.
January 25 | 2020
On January 24, Burlington Agape Community Church held the Lunar New Year Event. Church members, friends from the community and students from the University of Vermont celebrated it together. All of them enjoyed the homemade authentic Chinese food and the time together.
January 5 | 2020
Here are some of the highlights in 2019. Worship Service on One Sunday Thanksgiving Dinner Group Bible Study
November 29 | 2019
On November 28, Burlington Agape Community Church held Thanksgiving Day Event. Many attendees participated in singing praises of thanksgiving, bible reading and listening to the short message. In the short message, the minister emphasized recognizing God’s goodness and giving thanks to him as the theme of the Thanksgiving Day event. We are designed in a way that we need to live our lives in a relationship with God. Only in this relationship with him, our life has purpose, directions, spiritual support and all blessings. He closed with a prayer of giving thanks to God and wanting to walk with him. After the service, they had the Thanksgiving meal together.
September 16 | 2019
On September 13, Burlington Agape Community Church held a Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration. The church minister Pastor John explained the original meaning of the Mid-Autumn Festival as giving thanks for the harvest and a time of gathering of family and friends. It’s a good opportunity for us to gather together with friends because for many of us, families are not around. And he gave a prayer of thanks to God and for the time together. Then they had a potluck meal and meet old and new friends. They had a great time celebrating this festival together and are very thankful for this event.
August 8 | 2019
Agape Community Church members will attend the Northeast Summer Retreat “TO THE RIVERSIDE OF GRACE OF MY LORD” in NYC on August 10. There will be no Sunday service locally.
June 7 | 2019
Pentecost commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the followers of Jesus Christ. On the first Pentecost after the resurrection of Jesus, the believers received the Holy Spirit and started to witness for Jesus Christ everywhere. Agape Community Church will celebrate this Pentecost in New York City with believers from the Northeast Region by devoting to God’s word and prayer, expecting the greater works of the Holy Spirit. There will be no Sunday service locally on Pentecost Sunday. You are welcome to join us for this celebration or come to visit us next week.
April 24 | 2019
Pentecost, which is celebrated on the seventh Sunday after Easter, commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples of Jesus Christ while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks (Pentecost). As it’s written in Acts 1, there were three main themes in the life of the disciples during these fifty days at that time: the meaning of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the kingdom of God and the power of the Holy Spirit. The believers today will also benefit from making these three themes the focus of their meditation. We would like to invite all congregation or even every reader of this post to have a meaningful time to Pentecost.
March 8 | 2019
Why do we celebrate Lent? Lent originally was a training period for baptismal candidates who were required to fast, and then it became a period of self-abasement and repentance for the Catholic church and some traditions. Many people would fast or give up some certain things. However, we understand more than what we do, it should be about what Christ did. And it should be a spiritual period to meditate on the passion of Christ deeply and experience spiritual renewal. The church invited members to participate in this 40-day spiritual journey, using “The Cross of Christ” daily devotional material.