The pastor, however, and her members are not deterred. Senior Pastor Rachea Reece-Peeplez says, “The fire won’t stop us from our assignment. We came here to help the community and we’re here to stay.”
Remarkably, The Next Generation Worship Centers International is still going to provide services to those in need in this community despite the lack of a building. The Worship Without Walls (WOW) services will still go forth every Sunday at 11am, beginning April 8, 2012 in the parking lot east of their burned out building until they find a new place to rebuild. “We’re determined to continue to do our outreach in this neighborhood,”
Pastor Rachea also states that, “Being at a new church provides the opportunity for establishing relationships and friendships. I believe these relationships are critical in this high tech - low touch world in which we live. That is what TNGWCI is all about, relationships with God and with people. We don’t believe in hand –outs but we are in need of your support in any manner.” Through your good will donations and support you can help The Next Generation continue their growing relationship to those in this community.
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Remanant Outreach Ministries is the parent orginization for The Next Generation Worship Centers International and other ministries. • Adopt a School • Young Excited Soulz Publishing • Sistah of Sarai • Brothers of Abraham • Marriage and Family Counseling
• TNGWCI Minister Training Institute
Opening its doors Sunday, September 12, 2010, the Mesa Campus also serves as the world headquarters of our corporate organization Remnant Outreach Ministries, Inc. which oversees all of the worship centers and ministries we operate. There are also plans to open several more Next Generation Worship Centers nationally and internationally in the coming years.
Members enjoy spirit-filled Worship Services Sundays and Wednesdays through powerful teaching from the Word of God. The Mesa Campus hosts worship services twice weekly with a special WOW service the 4th Sunday. During these services they feed the community and give away free clothes and other items and daily necessities.