The Church of God in Christ
The Church forms a spiritual unity in which Christ is the divine head. It is animated by one Spirit, the Spirit of Christ.
It professes one faith, shares one hope, and serves one King. It is the citadel of the truth and God's agency for communicating to
believers all spiritual blessings.
The Church then is the object of our faith, rather than of knowledge. The name of our church"Church of God in Christ" is supported by Thessalonians 2:14 and other Passages in the Pauline Epistles. The word "Church" of "Ekklesia" was first applied to the Christian society by Jesus Christ in St. Matthew 16:18, the occasion being that of his benediction of Peter at Caesarea Phillippi.
The Second Coming of Christ
We believe in the second coming of Christ, that He shall come from heaven to earth, personally, bodily and visibly (Acts 1:11; Titus 2:11-13; St. Matthew 16:27; 24:30; 25:30; Luke 21:27; John 1:14, 17; Titus 2:11) and that the Church, the bride will be caught up to meet Him in the air (I Thessalonians, 4:16-17). We encourage all who have this hope to purify themselves as He is pure.
Sunday School Service
Every Sunday, Prayer Tower COGIC offers Sunday school classes for both children and adults. These classes are held before Sunday worship service
providing students with simplified and practical biblical lessons that help better understand the Word of God and its application in our daily lives.
Sunday School also gives participants the opportunity to ask questions and engage in dialogue about biblical topics.
Wednesday Night Bible Study
Want a deeper understanding of the Bible? Do you ever wonder how the Bible relates to everyday problems and situations?
Wednesday night bible study digs deep into the Word of God to increase your knowledge of God's word and enhance your spiritual life.
All classes are free and there is no enrollment requirement.
Submit a Prayer Request or Praise Report
The purpose of this ministry is to intercede and warfare through prayer and fasting for our Pastors, Elders, Ministers and the Saints by the pulling down of strongholds and binding the plan of the enemy; thus promoting freedom and deliverance in worship and the fulfillment of the vision.
Intercessory prayer is essential to the life of the church. Each member is encouraged to pray for the Mission of the Church.