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ENGLISH VERSION - Bulletin Nº 26 March 21, 2021


by Rev. Renato Souza Prates

There goes 10 years of history of our organized church! How does time go by fast? The founding members who still remain with us must be thinking!


Our church moved from house to house, from hotel to hotel and from a property to a hotel, recently. Much of our leadership has changed, including pastors, some elders and deacons. Some got married, had children and they were raised in this church. Other brothers arrived, some left, but the Lord's work never stopped!


Our church faced and faces two crises: the first was economic, from 2014 to 2015, which shook the financial life of Macaé and Brazil; the other, pandemic, which affected the health of the world in 2020 and 2021, but she continued her mission of preaching the Gospel through one of the most expensive square meters in Macaé, because it was planted there by the Lord, who never left her forsaken!


Our church went through ecclesiastical difficulties, but it never failed to pray, to seek communion, to teach and to meet, even if virtually or informally, through its domestic meetings. She never stopped believing and investing in Lord’s Fields, knowing that all her work is not in vain!


Our church has always understood that, more than having a temple of its own, it is necessary for us to be a church. It is not limited to four walls, but it is turned outward, towards the other, towards the world that needs it, more than ever! It is the Ecclesia of Jesus Christ and not a human institution, directed, organized or manipulated politically and socially!


Our church is not an upper middle class community, although much of its membership may be. It is a church of human beings, of all races, tribes, nations and social conditions. It is not restricted to one class, it is open to all those sinners who really need transformation, whoever they are: marginalized, corrupt, idolatrous, addicted and immoral. This was Jesus' target audience and this must be ours too! Contrary to what we may think, these sinners are not only in needy communities, they are in all layers of society!


Our church is not perfect. She has a lot to improve! After all, we are human beings. I always tell church ministries that if we are sure that we have done the best we could for the Lord, during the preparation of a project, an activity or a service, we have nothing to worry about: God will accept our offer of praise, even if there are imperfections! On the other hand, if we offer the Lord something that does not cost us anything, no effort, dedication or reference, we will certainly need to be concerned, because the Lord does not receive anything that is not the best of us!


Visitors will always find a community of sinners in our church. If they are attentive, they will observe a service that could have been better offered, an irreverence, an infidelity, a neglect, a rebellion, a disrespect, a lie here and there, a bad testimony, an envy, a jealousy, a malicious comment, a chatter, a strife, a dispute, an arrogant leader and an imperfect pastor. This is the church of Christ! It was to these that Christ was manifested! Although we must not conform to these types of behaviors, but discipline them in ourselves and in the herd, we will always find them among us. That is why you will always be welcome in this church!


Yes, time passed quickly! There are 10 years of organization anniversary and 10 years of learning about “being a church”. May we learn from our past mistakes, to build a strong, vibrant, strategic, worshiping and missionary church! May the Lord bless us!


Therefore, my beloved brothers, be firm and constant, always abundant in the work of the Lord, knowing that your work is not in vain in the Lord. 1 Corinthians 15:58

Faith Shalom! - Dr. Joel BeekeQuarta Palavra
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On Sundays, we bring high quality messages.

Today, Dr. Joel Beeke on Prayer.

Prayer Requests

Pandemic over

For the arrival of Rev. Renato and Juliana.

For the Council

By the Diaconal Board.

By Church Ministries.

For the sick.

For the unemployed.

For the Missions.

For the city of Macaé.

For the State of Rio.

For Brazil

For those far from the Gospel.

For the new believers.

For the lost.

Prayer Meeting

Every Friday, 6:00 am

Person in charge:

Presb. Anderson



04/03 Arthur Costa Cavalcante Faria
06/03 Andrea da Costa Cairus
08/03 Lucilia Rodrigues Amorim
09/03 Danilo Feijo de Oliveira
10/03 Roberta Armond
27/03 Ana Carolina Bersot
29/03 Maria do Socorro P. L. Ribeiro
31/03 Debora Maciel de Souza Lucas

During the pandemic period, the pastor of the church has been available for counselling and meetings in general, by phone and internet.

If you have a specific need, seek the pastor of the church to be properly attended to. You can do this in person or over the phone: (22) 98124-4283.

For now, home visits and face-to-face counselling are suspended, due to the pandemic.

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