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WORDS FROM PASTOR SOLOMON TUGBIYELE
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GREETING MESSAGE

Hello and welcome to our church website, it’s always a real joy for us to meet and have new memebers in our church family. Here you will find useful information about our believe. Our mission is leading people in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Please join our church and start a new life.

Whatever that next step is, it’s time to take a bold step of faith out of your comfort zone and discover what God has for you. We believe that you can’t go with God and stay where you are.


WHAT TO EXPECT

General Information

Our Church started as an outreach ministry.  ‘Jesus Christ the Crown of Life Ministries’ believes someone somewhere always would needs help and and as such, has been supporting many such people and families here in London and in Africa. (Glory be to God Almighty). We believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. By His grace we are save. Just come to him as you are he will definitely perfect your life. GOD IS ABLE TO DO ALL THINGS.

Am I good enough to go to heaven?

Nope. Not on your own. But the great news is that you don’t have to try to go it alone!

Although it may sound harsh, the Bible says no one is good enough to go to heaven on their own. According to scripture, even our good deeds are like filthy rags. (Isaiah 64:6) It also says that all men have gone astray (Isaiah 53:6), all have sinned (Romans 3:23), and none are worthy (Romans 3:10).

Which makes the love of God even that much sweeter.

You’re not good enough to go to heaven on your own, but Jesus has prepared the way for you. He lived the perfect life you couldn’t live, and died the death you should’ve died, paying the sacrifice you couldn’t pay.

You’re not good enough to get to heaven on your own, but Jesus is. And he says, “Follow me.” (Matthew 16:24)

Should I be Baptized?

Baptism isn’t required for salvation, but is the first step of faith for believers. The baptismal waters don’t save anyone. It’s Jesus that does that. Baptism is a picture of the work that Jesus has done in a person’s heart.

Baptism illustrates Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection. (1 Corinthians 15:3-4) It shows our new life as a follower of Christ. (2 Corinthians 5:17) Baptism doesn’t make you a believer… it shows that you already believe. Baptism doesn’t save you; Jesus does! Baptism is like a wedding ring, signifying a relationship rather than forming that relationship.

We follow Jesus’ example in baptism. He was baptised (Mark 1:9), and commanded us to be baptised (Matthew 28:19-20).

At Long Hollow, we baptise by immersion. That’s the example we see throughout Scripture, and is the basis for the meaning of the word “baptise,” which means to immerse (or dip under) in water.

Is Jesus really the only way?

Yes. But don’t take our word for it. Because Jesus himself said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Many people try many ways to get to heaven. But only one man lived a perfect life, and paid the sacrifice for you. His name is Jesus. Though there have been a lot of great men and women throughout history, none were the Son of God like Jesus was. So none could live the life He lived, die the death he died, and offer you true life like he does.

What makes the Bible different from other religious books? Can we trust it?

We believe you can, but we also recognise that there is a faith step required in that trust.

The Bible is God’s inspired, inerrant, infallible word. God has preserved exactly what we need “that pertain to life and godliness” (2 Peter 1:3-4) in the pages of Scripture. The picture that the Bible itself paints is that Scripture is “breathed out” by God, useful for “for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.” (2 Timothy 3:16)

But to fully trust something, you’ve got to take a step of faith. And trusting the Bible is no different. Read it for yourself. Wrestle with its claims. Live out the truths is calls us to live out. Find out for yourself its trustworthiness.

Is Hell a real place?

Yes, it sure is. Jesus talked about it. He said it was a place where the suffering never ends (Matthew 25:41; Mark 9:48). It’s a curse worse than “being drowned in the sea.” (Mark 9:42) The pain of Hell will produce “weeping and gnashing of teeth.” (Matthew 8:12)

Hell is the place reserved for those who reject Jesus in this life.

Hell is a real place, is scary, and is (unfortunately) coming for many people. This grieves us, and motivates us to live self-sacrificially so that others might see the beauty of Christ that we see.

What makes the Bible different from other's?. Can we trust it?

We believe you can, but we also recognise that there is a faith step required in that trust.

The Bible is God’s inspired, inerrant, infallible word. God has preserved exactly what we need “that pertain to life and godliness” (2 Peter 1:3-4) in the pages of Scripture. The picture that the Bible itself paints is that Scripture is “breathed out” by God, useful for “for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness.” (2 Timothy 3:16)

But to fully trust something, you’ve got to take a step of faith. And trusting the Bible is no different. Read it for yourself. Wrestle with its claims. Live out the truths is calls us to live out. Find out for yourself its trustworthiness.

LIFE CHANGE STORIES

  • I WAS INVOLVED IN A CAR CRASH ON THE 2ND JULY 2016. THE POWER OF PRAYER ALWAYS DELIVERS US FROM THE SNARE OF THE FOWLER IN THE SENSE THAT ON THE SUNDAY PRIVY TO THE ACCIDENT THE ENTIRE CONGREGATION AND ALL THE MEN OF GOD PRAYED FERVENTLYAGAINST UNTIMELY DEATH EMANATING FROM CAR ACCIDENT. WHEN THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED MY THOUGHT WENT STRAIGHT TO THE PRAYER THAT WAS RENDERED ON THAT SUNDAY. DESPITE THE HORRIFIC NATURE OF THE ACCIDENT AND WITH MY CAR BEING WRITTEN OFF, I CAME OUT WITH A MINOR INJURY. I AM NOW COMPLETELY HEALED BECAUSE THE BIBLE SAYS BY HIS STRIPE WE ARE HEALED. HIS MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER OVER MY LIFE AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY. I RETURN ALL THE HONOUR AND ADORATION BACK TO HIM.

    Pastor Evaristus
    Men'S Ministry COORDINATOR
  • Glory Glory Glory to the king of kings,The Lord of Lords his Majesty miracle worker. My life was full of fear in 2016:june-july, I had been summoned by the councils event committee to prove my competence in a project I was heading.I prepared for the meeting & asked God to speak through me,just as pastor Solomon of jctcolm had prayed for me concerning this meeting...I presented my case & even though the enemy tried all sorts on the day,God Almighty showed himself strong & disgraced them and their plan's.I won the case & was able to proceed with the project.Praise God

    SISTER S.A
    SMALL GROUP Member
  • Although I was told from the hospital that I have few weeks to live, I blessed the day I met pastor Solomon. Pastor Solomon prayed for me and encouraged me through the word of God. He has so much love in his heart to give to anyone who needs a helping hand or a peaceful word to listen to. He is so much caring in his whole body and a wonderful man of God to meet.

    Brother John
    SMALL GROUP Member
WHAT TO EXPECT

We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! You’ll find a list of commonly asked questions. Please don’t hesitate to send us a message or give us a call at +44 (0) 7533 503853

How do I get there?

You can find our location on the map.

Where should I park?

If you’re attending the main services, there’s a car park at the rear of the church where our usher will meet with you to escort you to the closest available parking spot.

What should I wear?

Our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up; some dressed casual. We have no expectations for attire.



QOUTE OF THE DAY

Challenges in life are a partway to greatness. All we need to do is to pray for wisdom to deal with them. Instead of worrying over your challenges, think of how much more fortunate you are than others.

PASTOR SOLOMON TUGBIYELE Senior Pastor (JCTCOLM)