City Care Project Expands Outreach To Downtown Los Angeles
Harvest Rock Church Reopens During Prophetic Times
In the midst of nation-wide protests and riots coinciding with a world pandemic and economic recessions, worshippers are congregating at churches seeking a guiding light. Last Sunday, Harvest Rock Church welcomed back worshippers on the Day of Pentecost. After months of live streaming sermons on YouTube, the church has finally been able to reopen to hold in-person services. Following safety guidelines issued by the State, the church allowed worshippers to congregate on this major Christian holiday with great efforts to minimize health and safety risks. The church’s decision to reopen was met with outpouring support and overwhelmingly positive response from the community as they have long anticipated for it.
Harvest Rock Church Launches City Care Project with $50,000 Donation to Hometown Small Businesses
Pasadena, CA – Harvest Rock Church (HRC) led by Pastors Ché and Sue Ahn has launched “City Care Project” as part of their coronavirus city-wide relief efforts. Beginning this week, they will be donating $50,000 to small businesses who have financially suffered during the lockdown in Pasadena, CA.
Pasadena Churches Cautiously Reviewing Governor’s Reopening Guidelines
Gov. Gavin Newsom has given the go-ahead for churches and other houses of worship to resume in-person services if their local health departments approve religious services in their jurisdictions.
He issued guidelines Monday, which would, in part, limit attendance to 25 percent of building capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower.
Local Churches at Crossroads: Some Vow to Reopen, Defying Governor’s Orders
“The church has been called to reopen by the people, who in this dark time are in need of the in-person pastoring of the church leaders,” Harvest Rock spokesperson Adelheid Waumboldt wrote in an email to Pasadena Now. “The church, to this day, has been faithful to the laws of the State of California and to the Constitution of the United States, going above and beyond to protect both the community and congregation by using caution and suspending in-person services for the last 10 weeks.” apostolically in your current sphere of influence.
Pasadena Church Expands International Legacy of Service During Covid 19
Sozo is a Greek word that means “you were made to be free, saved, healed and delivered.” Harvest Rock Church (HRC) has indeed freed, saved, healed and delivered hundreds of thousands of people from all corners of the globe, advancing the kingdom of God. HRC’s vision is to “empower, equip, and release revivalists and reformers into their destiny and fulfill the Great Commission.” HRC, a worldwide charismatic movement, initially started with prayer meetings at the home of its founder Ché and Sue Ahn in Los Angeles.
A Vision of Hope: Pastor Ché Ahn is Dedicated to Serving His Community
In an unprecedented season of global despair, people around the world are searching for relief anywhere they can find it. For Christians throughout the last 2000 years and beyond, relief and healing have been granted through the calm reassurance of the church – positively impacting both congregations and the communities they reside in throughout the world. Even scientists agree that weekly church attendance boosts your immune system and decreases blood pressure.