Come visit Plumas Lake House Church in Northern California for a special event with guest speaker David Nathan of Bread of Life Ministries.
This three-day event will take place on November 17-18-19 with great teaching and fellowship all three days. PLHC will be enjoying an ‘Oneg’ on Saturday where we break bread with the fellowship of believers in between teachings. We invite you to bring a potluck dish to share on Saturday.
Seating is limited so please RSVP (required) at the link below. We are looking forward to meeting you and worshipping in unity with the body of Christ.
Come join us in October for our fellowship event at Plumas Lake House Church with guest speaker Pastor/Teacher Marco Quintana.
PLHC will be hosting this two-day event with great teaching, fellowship and of course food. This is a free event taking place on October 14th and 15th with each message beginning at 10:30am. Seating IS limited and so an RSVP is required. Follow the link below for more information and to RSVP with which event you will be attending.
Both Saturday and Sunday will have snacks provided. Childcare possible with your RSVP. Leave in comments area if you will be needing childcare.
Bible teacher and expositor Jacob Prasch of Moriel Ministries will be our guest speaker on Sunday September 24th, Sunday October 1st, and Wednesday October 4th, 2017. Please call if you have any questions: (909) 880-4160.
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Gather with us for great teaching and ministry with guest speaker David Nathan of Bread of Life Ministries, South Africa, who will be teaching three days in November. Pastor Nathan will be speaking at CCOD on November 11th and 12th 2017. Details of the itinerary are to follow in our future posts as we finalize arrangements.
Please ‘save the date(s)’ and RSVP below by filling out the ‘contact form. David Nathan has been speaking at many churches throughout the world including England, Australia and the United States.
The heart of Bread of Life Ministries is to see the whole Church come to the unity of the Spirit and the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus. Over the millennia, the gentile church has separated herself from her Hebraic roots and has lost much of the richness and insight of the Jewish apostles whose ministry and teaching formed the foundation of the New Testament Church.