MyGeneration Church is proud to be supporting the Harlem community again with our annual back to school drive. It’s a privilege to be able to equip the students in our community with the tools they need for educational success. The event itself is happening later in August, right before the new school year begins. We’ve got big plans to give away backpacks filled with school supplies and we’ll raffle off a few smart tablets. Do your part now by contributing to our back to school drive via Cash App or buying items on our dedicated Amazon wish list of school supplies. If you’re donating via Cash App be sure to add a note that your donation is for the Back To School Drive.
Our intern pastor Josalynn Clark is heading a new initiative at MyGeneration Church to create Life Groups. We want to find more ways our members can bond over things that they love and support each other in Christ-like love. As we plan out the types of life groups we’ll have at MyGeneration Church you can help us by filling out this survey so you can let us know what type of life group you would be interested in forming or joining.Life Groups Survey
Yesterday the Northeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists voted our own Duddley Francois as their new Communications Director and Associate Youth Ministries Director. This news is bittersweet for MyGeneration Church. On one hand we have grown in so many incredible ways under his leadership and we’re not ready to see him go. On the other hand we know he is the perfect fit for both roles and we’re excited to see how he’ll impact an even larger audience. God bless you wherever you go!
The design was inspired by a prayer meeting talk last year about Queen Esther, in the Bible. This woman was a “prayer thug” because when a life and death situation was looming over her and her people what did she do? She rallied her gang together to fast and pray! This design goes out to all of you who want to be the same kind of prayer warrior as Esther.
On August 14th Haiti a devastating earthquake struck Haiti contributing to current challenging times. Tens of thousands of people have lost their homes and many have even lost their lives as a result of the earthquake and subsequent tropical storm Grace that struck the island. Haiti is hurting and many survivors need medical care, medical supplies, food, and shelter. If you’re interested in contributing to relief efforts, check out some of the many ways below to get involved. New York City residents who want to donate to Haiti relief efforts can: Give through the Mayor’s Fund, Capracare, Partners in Health, and Ayiti Community Trust and a number of other organizations listed below. Donate by dropping off medical supplies, hygiene products, toiletries, bottled water, clothing and/or non-perishable food at All NYPD precincts More relief organizations helping in Haiti: CAREis … Read More
Nehemiah’s passionate prayer and the 7 elements that made it great. Nehemiah was devastated. His brother Hanani had just returned from Judah and given him news of how his Israelite brothers and sisters were faring, those who had left Persia and returned to the land of Judah to rebuild Jerusalem and the walls that protected their cities. Hanani’s report was “The survivors in the province who have survived the captivity are in great trouble and disgrace. The wall of Jerusalem is broken down, and its gates have been burned in the fire.” This news broke Nehemiah’s heart. “When I heard these words, I sat and wept and mourned for days, and I was fasting and praying before the God of the heavens.” It had been 90 years since … Read More
What a happy day! A couple of weeks ago Natasha Arneaud’s family and church watched with joy as she committed her life to Jesus through baptism. All of the photos came in and we just had to share! This is our second baptism, and the first baptism we’ve had within our own doors, so this is a momentous occasion for Natasha and MyGeneration Church too. We can’t wait to see how she’ll grow in her walk with Christ.