God For Us, Through Us
The words written by the Apostle Paul to the church at Ephesus powerfully tell what God wants to do for us and through us. Our desire is that you will experience "the immensity of this glorious way of life!"
Because of the sacrifice of the Messiah, His blood poured out on the altar of the Cross, we’re free people — free of penalties and punishments chalked up by all our misdeeds. And not just barely free, either. Abundantly free!
It’s in Christ that we find out who we are and what we are living for. Long before we first heard of Christ and got our hopes up, He had His eye on us, had designs on us for glorious living, part of the overall purpose He is working out in everything and everyone.
I ask — ask the God of our Master, Jesus Christ, the God of glory — to make you intelligent and discerning in knowing Him personally, your eyes focused and clear, so that you can . . . grasp the immensity of this glorious way of life He has for Christians . . .
The church, you see, is not peripheral to the world; the world is peripheral to the church. The church is Christ’s body, in which He speaks and acts, by which He fills everything with His presence.
— from Ephesians 1 The Message
As Followers of Christ
Our goal is to make the accomplishments of Christ's sacrificial death and resurrection effective in the lives and destinies of people, enabling them to experience —
Forgiveness of sin & reconciliation with God,
Freedom from life-diminishing and life-controlling issues,
Healing for every area of brokenness,
A growing relationship with the life-giving God,
The destiny and calling for which God created them,
The hope of eternal life.
Moravia Assembly of God is part of the Assemblies of God Fellowship.
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"The church is Christ’s body, in which He speaks and acts, by which He fills everything with His presence."
Bethel Pentecostal Tabernacle is founded by Rev. Enoch Wood. Burdened with a vision for the city of Baltimore and its people, he was led by the Lord to the east side of the city where there was no Pentecostal work.
Rev. Wood brings the church into affiliation with the General Council of the Assemblies of God.
The church unanimously votes to change our name to Moravia Assembly of God.
Under Rev. Ralph Campbell, Jr. we relocate to our newly constructed place of worship and ministry.
Pastor Don Campbell is called to Moravia Assembly of God.
80+ years after its founding, Moravia Assembly of God remains true to the vision and heart of its founders — the Holy Spirit and Rev. Wood — to have God's heart for the city and to faithfully proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ.