Christ in the Passover
Passover..., inspiring illustration of the traditional Jewish feast that Jesus celebrated every year, comes to life before a live audience. Please, come this Wednesday at 6:00 pm and watch with us artistic illustration, graphics, and glimpses of celebrating the feast and Jewish gospel music adds to the meaningful program that you’ll enjoy watching again and again.
So, you can watch this inspiring video!
See You Soon!!!
Wednesday at 6:00 PM
Thursday at 10:00 AM
Friday at 8:00 AM
Sunday at 10:45 AM

Experience the life of Jesus in a whole new way.

Why just listen to stories about Jesus when you can experience them like never before?

You’re invited to attend Son of God: Who is He?

as Stonegate Church's guest

click and watch Son of God & God is not Dead

(contact with us via e-mail and let us meet together).

A New Covenant

31The days are surely coming, says the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah. 32It will not be like the covenant that I made with their ancestors when I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt—a covenant that they broke, though I was their husband, says the Lord. 33But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put my law within them, and I will write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. 34No longer shall they teach one another, or say to each other, ‘Know the Lord’, for they shall all know me, from the least of them to the greatest, says the Lord; for I will forgive their iniquity, and remember their sin no more. (Jeremiah 31:31-34 NRSV)


Josiah’s Reformation

23Then the king directed that all the elders of Judah and Jerusalem should be gathered to him. 2The king went up to the house of the Lord, and with him went all the people of Judah, all the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the priests, the prophets, and all the people, both small and great; he read in their hearing all the words of the book of the covenant that had been found in the house of the Lord. 3The king stood by the pillar and made a covenant before the Lord, to follow the Lord, keeping his commandments, his decrees, and his statutes, with all his heart and all his soul, to perform the words of this covenant that were written in this book. All the people joined in the covenant. (2 Kings 23:1-3NRSV)


Covenant Renewal Service

Opening Prayer (in Unison)


O God, Searcher of all our hearts, You have formed us as a people and claimed us for Your own.


As we come to acknowledge Your sovereignty and grace, and to enter anew into covenant with You, reveal any reluctance or falsehood within us.


Let Your Spirit impress Your truth on our inmost being, and receive us in mercy, for the sake of our Master, Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.



Covenant Renewal Service


Historical background

of Covenant Renewal Service*


         In 1663 Richard Alleine, a Puritan, published Vindiciae Pietatis: or, A Vindication of Godliness in the Greater Strictness and Spirituality of It. In 1753, it was again published in John Wesley's A Christian Library. Wesley used one chapter, "“The Application of the Whole,” on Monday, August 11, 1755, in what probably was the first real celebration of the Covenant Service (...).

        The service was found rich and meaningful, as expressed in a Journal: "“Many mourned before God, and many were comforted"  (April 1756); "  It was, as usual, a time of remarkable blessing"  (October 1765); "It was an occasion for a variety of spiritual experiences ... I do not know that ever we had a greater blessing.

        Afterwards many desired to return thanks, either for a sense of pardon, for full salvation, or for a fresh manifestation of His graces, healing all their backslidings"  (January 1, 1775). In London these services were usually held on New Year's Day. The Covenant Service was conducted whenever spiritual leaders visited their land and proclaimed the Gospel to all to gathered to the Glory of God. It was a way to fulfill Jesus’ The Great Commission stated in the Gospel of Matthew 28:18-20.



*Based on The United Methodist Book of Worship, The United Methodist Publishing House, Nashville Tennessee, 1993, pages 288 – 294.



2014 Hong Kong Youth Mission Team

June 27 - July 15, 2014.


Cumberland Presbyterian Youth Team blog for team information, the team is deployed to Hong Kong. The blog will be used to communicate news with friends and family while the team works in Hong Kong.


Cumberland Presbyterian Youth Team in ACTION, watch video







We are pleased to announce

that Frankie (Rachel) Moore

has been accepted on the 2014

Hong Kong Youth Mission Team.



"Our missionary tour of service starts on June 27, 2014. I will on a team of twenty, plus five adults. We will begin with missionary orientation. We will have several day of training orientation. On June 30, we will fly to Hong Kong as a team. While in Hong Kong, we will be working with young people each day, interacting with them, and seeking opportunities to share our faith. We will remain there working in the Yao Dao Secondary School teaching English as a second language and visiting Cumberland Presbyterian churches until July 15, 2014. We even plan to cruise the Hong Kong harbor in a Chinese junk.


I would like to ask for your support. Most importantly, I would like to ask for your prayer support. Thank for visit our website.

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In Flanders Field, the poppies blow

between the crosses, row on row,

That mark our place: and in the sky

The larks, still bravely singing, fly...

 Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

(Philippians 4:6NRSV).