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We are touched by the way God encourages us through you, your prayers, your moral and financial support.

Our deadline is in 11 days! We want to seek God’s intervention through prayer.

Rather than just talking about it, we really want to experience the power of prayer. From far and near, join us in our week of fasting and praying from Tuesday, January 23 to Friday, January 26.

A week of fasting and praying.

The theme of this evening’s prayer time is : « Having a servant attitude in church».

We desire, as a church, to learn to serve. We want to live our unity in Christ by loving one another. We also want to ask God for wisdom in using and developing ministries in the new building.

Tomorrow, we will pray for our church, as a family that is reaching the community. We are salt and light of the world. We want to pray for more people to discover the Gospel in our neighborhood, in our town, in our region.We want to ask God to use this building as a place where lives can be transformed, where the Word of God can be faithfully preached and where more people can join us to worship Him.

And last, we want to pray for a financial miracle in order to purchase the building.

The document giving the permission to change the use of the building into a church is officially displayed outside the building.

Several congregations and individuals in and outside of France have donated for this project, it’s a great encouragement for us!

Etienne is encouraged by the church growth in Le Mée sur Seine. He invites you to get involved in the work of God in the Greater Melun area.

The committee responsible for matters of accessibility and security gave their green light for the project.
Thank you Lord !
With us, Florent Varak is encouraged by our church growth. He invites you to get involved in the work of God in the greater Melun area.
 

One of the pioneers of the church, Valdo Deglon, rejoices concerning the church growth. He encourages us to invest in the work of God in the greater Melun area.