On Saturday, December 2, a Christmas concert took place at the Salvation Army Ueno Corps Chapel. The event featured performances by Come&Worship from TLEA Yokosuka Church, ISRAEL, Harvest, and Sara Maeda. The presence of a large poster in front of the hall attracted a considerable number of attendees, including those who were visiting the church for the first time. Witnessing people moved to tears while listening to praise and talks added to the emotional atmosphere. After the conclusion of the concert, expressions of gratitude such as “My heart has been healed” and “I feel warmth inside” were shared by those in attendance.
On Saturday, December 2, 2023, at the “Vacant Warehouse under the Elevated Structure” located between Koenji Station and Asagaya Station in Tokyo, The Vision organized the event “KOKOROGOSPEL LOUNGE.” Gifts, Aiyu, JOY, LUMIERE, PEACE, Yuki Hoshina, Pleasure, and Keshet performed at the event. As the catchphrase suggests, “A music rest area under the elevated structure,” the event aimed to create a space where attendees could relax while listening to gospel music. The owner of a popular café in Hiroo specially prepared coffee, cookies, and more, allowing attendees to enjoy the café experience while immersing themselves in gospel music. This event also served as a promotion for the upcoming KOKOROGOSPEL scheduled for December 14, with plans to organize another event in April as part of the KOKOROGOSPEL promotion.
The Nagasaki Martyrdom Holy Meeting will be held at Nishizaka Park starting at 1:30 P.M. and later at the Atomic Bomb Museum Hall from 6:30 P.M. on Monday, February 5th, 2024.
This time, Pastor Tsugumichi Ohkawa will come and provide his services.
Please note that offerings cannot be accepted at Nishizaka Park, so kindly make your contributions in advance.
To do so, make a bank transfer to the following account:
Post Bank Sign 17610, Account Number 14774301
Account Name: Nagasaki Martyrdom Conference (Nagasaki Junkyo Kinen Seikai)
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year, many people generously contributed to the conference, and all our needs were met. We are grateful for your offerings.
This year, there are additional needs, so we kindly ask for more contributions. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Our mission team will be sent to India from March 1st (Friday) to 12th (Tuesday). This team is a full-scale mission team, and each person is required to take the Second Overseas Mission class at TLCCC seminary, as confirmed with Pastor Paul Akimoto.
Details such as flight information and expenses will be posted as soon as they are available.
Those who plan to participate, please contact The Water From The Sanctuary Mission Asia Division.
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