Hebrews 10: 22-25– let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, with our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience and our bodies washed with pure water.23 Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful. 24 And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, 25 not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.

We gather weekly to partake in the grace and fellowship of Christ through praising Him and listening to the exposition of His Word. Gathering regularly reminds us that God’s Word is truth, and it strengthens us as we begin each week.

Yes, we are. We believe that the Bible speaks truth, and that it points to the one we worship, the Lord Jesus Christ.  We believe in salvation through Christ alone, by grace alone, through faith alone, for the glory of God alone.

For more details, please see our Statement of Faith

The Gospel is the good news of Jesus’ death and resurrection to save sinners from eternal death into eternal life with God. It is the only solution to human problem of sin and the eternal punishment that comes with it. The perfect work of Jesus on the cross satisfied God’s demand of justice that nobody can meet. By doing so, sinful human can be reconciled to God by putting their faith in Jesus Christ. By believing in the gospel of Jesus Christ, we are saved and justified.
The Apostle’s Creed is the proclamation of what we believe. We proclaim this belief along with other churches and believers around the world.

The Apostle’s Creed: “We believe in God, the Father Almighty, maker of Heaven and earth; and in His only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried. He descended into Hades. He rose again from the dead, and ascended into Heaven — sitteth on the right hand of God, the Father Almighty. From thence, He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Holy Christian Church, the Communion of Saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen.”

Please see our sermon series for more details: The Apostle’s Creed

As instructed in the Bible and in accordance to Acts 6, we have a body of elders comprised of pastors and senior members of our church who serve to advise and guide the spiritual growth of our congregation.

We also have a body of deacons, whose primary purpose is to take care of the physical and logistical needs of the church.

We believe in the priesthood of all believers, which means that each believer, being equipped with the knowledge of God and having a personal relationship with Jesus, have unique gifts to serve and edify the body of believers. Therefore, we encourage ministerial leadership among all our congregation members. Under the guidance of our elders and held accountable by our pastors, lay-members take on leadership roles such as serving as worship leaders, community group facilitators, outreach team coordinators, welcomers, and volunteers. If interested in more information and knowing how to get involved, please see our ministry page

We are connected to other churches along the West Coast of United States. If you are in these areas, please consider visiting our sister churches. Visit them for more information.

We are connected to churches around the world. Please see our EMSI headquarters for more information.

Our worship style embraces liturgical format and traditional plus contemporary songs that exalt Jesus Christ.
1 Timothy 4:13 tells us to do so. Public reading of Scripture represents God speaking to His people as a whole, a congregation.
We do Holy Communion because Jesus commanded us to do so in order to remember His death. Holy Communion is the act of remembering Christ and His cross together as one body.
Baptism is public of proclamation of our faith. Through baptism, we affirm that our old self has been buried with Christ, and we are new creation through the resurrection of Christ. It is a sign to all that we are the followers of Jesus Christ. To be baptized, you must join baptism class and agree with the teaching and proclaim your faith in those teachings in the public.
Our pastors do offer pastoral spiritual advice  from the Biblical perspective on various needs of the community such as family life, marriage, and others; however, it is different from clinical counseling. When it involves psychiatric, long-term condition, and other mental issues, we encourage you to seek counseling from licensed, medical counseling professionals.
Absolutely! Our hearts are joyful when we hear a baby’s cry during our service. It is a beautiful reminder of God’s faithfulness in blessing our church family in this way.
Yes. We gather regularly outside of church in small groups. Come and be involved! Join one of our groups today!
God redeemed us as an individual into the body of Christ. Our growth happens in the context of corporate teaching and fellowship with other believers. Jesus Christ is present in a special way when His people gather in His name. That is how He feeds us with His word, and that is how He strengthens our faith through communion and fellowship. To miss the church is to miss Christ’s special blessing. And growth requires time. We must persevere in a church for a long period of time to see the fruit of our growth. Becoming a member means you commit to faithful attendance, the desire to learn God’s word together, committed contribution to the building of the body and to maintain the bond of unity. The process to be our member by first being baptized (whether at our church or others) and joining the new member admission ceremony in our Easter service, once a year.
We are a multilingual and multi-ethnic church. We have two services every Sunday, an Indonesian-language service and an English-language service, to serve the needs of our communities. Occasionally, we hold Combined Services where the English-speaking congregation and Indonesian-speaking congregation worship God in one sanctuary. These combined services tend to fall on Sundays that coincide with special celebrations in our faith such as Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. It also falls on days that are special to our church community such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Chinese New Year, and Vision Sunday. During these services, we worship in two languages, with the Word of God being explained and read in two languages. We sing in two languages, and we invite our young ones to worship with us. (On these Sundays, Children’s Sunday School is not held). We believe that worshipping God in multiple tongues, with people of all ages reflect what worshipping in Heaven will look like.