The Good News Ministries is a busy place throughout the week, but most people encounter us for the first time during one of our weekly worship services.

Our services at 12 a.m. Sundays are probably closest to what you may have experienced if you attended church when you were younger..

You’ll want to arrive early to get oriented, Even though the service starts at 12:00 the intercessors have already taken their place at the altar to begin to pray. The sanctuary,  is  available at 11:30 a.m. Many people arrive early to be to get settled. You can also sit over a cup of tea of coffee while you wait in the relaxation area of the church. Services typically last around two hours.

GNM also gathers throughout the week for prayer and the word from Tuesday to Friday. Thursday is specifically design for bible study. Our services focus on teaching from God’s Word. There is a separate time for the children after the worship where they are escorted to the children church for their special experience.

The worship music you’ll hear in our services is a blend of old hymns you may remember from childhood, with a Caribbean, African and contemporary flavour– all delivered in a spirit of excitement about who God is and what He’s done for us. Teachings and sermons will convince you of the incredible reality of God’s love and challenge you to live for Him – not only during our worship times together, but throughout the week.

And what about the kids? Well, they’ll be begging you to bring them to Kid Church each and every week! Children love learning about Jesus in an affirming, caring atmosphere.

We know you’ll enjoy your time with us, and we look forward to welcoming you into our congregation

What to expect

The Good News Ministries is a busy place throughout the week, but most people encounter US for the first time during one of our three weekly worship services.

We are a multicultural church with people from different various background and cultures coming together to worship God and fellowship with each other.

Our services at 12 a.m. Sundays are probably closets to what you may have experienced if you attended church when you were younger. It’s when you’ll typically find men and women dressed in their “Sunday best,” but no particular attire is expected or required.

You’ll want to arrive early to get oriented, . Even though the service starts at 12:00 the intercessors have already taken their place at the  pulpit to begin to pray. The tabernacle, or sanctuary, is available 12 a.m. Many People arrive early to be to get settled. You can also grab a cup of tea of coffee while you wait in the relaxation area of the church. Services typically last around two hours.

The worship music you’ll hear in our services is a blend of old hymns you may remember from childhood, today’s contemporary worship music and everything in between – all delivered in a spirit of excitement about who God is and what He’s done for us. Teachings and sermons will convince you of the incredible reality of God’s love and challenge you to live for Him – not only during our worship times together, but throughout the week.

And what about the kids? Well, they’ll be begging you to bring them to Kids Sunday School each and every week!
We know you’ll enjoy your time with us, and we look forward to welcoming you into our congregation.

And after the service, there is always  time available for fellowship. Get a cup of coffee or tea and interact with each other.

What we believe

The Holy Scriptures We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God: true, immutable, steadfast, and unchangeable (2 Timothy 3:16, 17).

The Eternal Godhead We believe that God is triune: Father, Son and Holy Spirit; the Three are coexistent, coeternal, and equal in divine perfection (1 John 5:7).

Salvation Through Grace We believe that salvation is wholly through grace; that no human righteousness or merit can contribute to our receiving God’s love and favour (Ephesians 2:8).

Repentance and Acceptance We believe that, upon sincere repentance and a whole-hearted acceptance of Christ, we are justified before God through Jesus’ sacrificial death (Romans 10:6-10; 1 John 1:9).

The New Birth We believe that the change that takes place in people at conversion is a very real one; that having received righteousness in Christ and having received of His Spirit, people will have new desires, interests, and pursuits in life (2 Corinthians 5:17; Galatians 2:20).

Water Baptism and the Lord’s Supper We believe that being baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is an essential response to Jesus’ command, testifying to His lordship as Christ and King (Romans 6:4). We believe in observing the Lord’s Supper, receiving the broken bread and the fruit of the vine with joy and faith as we partake anew of the life and triumph of Christ’s Cross (1 Corinthians 11:24-26)

Divine Healing We believe that divine healing is the power of Jesus Christ to heal the sick in answer to the prayer of faith; He, who does not change, is still willing and able to heal the body, as well as the soul and spirit in answer to faith (Mark 16: 17, 18; James 5:14-16).

The Second Coming of Christ We believe that the second coming of Christ is personal and imminent; the certainty of His coming and the fact that no man knows the hour of His coming prompt our evangelistic efforts; that the Lord Himself will descend from Heaven, the dead in Christ shall rise, and the redeemed will be caught up to meet the Lord in the air (Matthew 24:36, 42, 44; 1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17).

Church Relationship We believe that it is our sacred duty to identify ourselves with a congregation of believers with whom we can worship God, observe the ordinances of Christ, exhort and support one another, labour for the salvation of others, and work together to advance the Lord’s Kingdom (Acts 16:5; Hebrews 10:24).

Judgment We believe that all shall stand before the judgment seat of Christ: the redeemed to be delivered unto everlasting life, and the unrepentant unto everlasting punishment (Revelation 20:11, 12; 2 Corinthians 5:10).

Heaven We believe that heaven is the glorious habitation of the living God and the eternal home of born-again believers (John 14:2; Revelation 7:15-17).

Hell We believe that hell is a place of darkness, deepest sorrow, and unquenchable fire, which was not prepared for man but for the devil and his angels; yet it will become the place of eternal separation from God for all who reject Christ as Saviour (Matthew 13: 41, 42; Revelation 10:10, 15