An Assemblies of God church • Part of Promise Ministries International


It all begins with experiencing God.

The Bible calls us to gather together as believers in Jesus Christ. Take a look at the different opportunities we come together as a community of believers.


1:30PM every Sunday in the Jerusalem Chapel of Promise Church.

Each week, we gather to worship, learn, pray and serve together. Our Sunday worship services consist of inspirational and practical Biblical teaching, contemporary worship music, and prayer. It is our hope that each person who attends our Sunday services will experience God's presence and be enriched as they live their life as a follower of Jesus.



What's available for my child?

PIF Kids service happens on Sundays at 1:30pm for kids between age 3 to 6th Grade. Just take your child up to the 2nd floor of the church.

What should I wear?

Bring a Bible, if you have one. If you don't, that's okay. We'll generally have Bible verses projected on screen during relevant parts of the message. Be sure to pick up a free Bible from our Newcomer's Table after service!

Once I arrive, where should I go?

Park in the parking lot, then walk up the large steps to the outside terrace, where signs posted will direct you to the Jerusalem Chapel main entrance. Greeters will welcome you to PIF and hand you a Connection Card along with some other materials you'll get to use during service.

I want to meet new people. Where do I go?

Don't forget: the first place to go right after service is the Newcomer's Table set up in the area outside the Chapel. Meet some of our church members, learn more about what we do in the community, sign up to get involved, and take a free gift! Pastor Tim greets congregation members after service, so feel free to approach and say "hello."

What should I wear to church?

We encourage you to just come as you are. On Sundays, you'll find most of us dress casually. Whatever you're wearing, we'll be glad to see you!

What time should I arrive?

Sunday service starts at 1:30pm. Come earlier so you don't have to feel rushed. It's best to plan ahead how you'll get to the church, especially if you will anticipate any traffic getting there. Get directions here. 

What is a connection card?

A connection card gives us the opportunity to reach out to you after your visit. You'll be given time during the service to fill it out with as much information as you can, submit a prayer request, and respond to that day's message. These cards are handed in before the end of service.

I visited PIF. What are my next steps?

We encourage you to attend Sunday worship with us for a few weeks to get a fuller picture of what we do. Turning in your Connection Card at one of our services helps us reach out to you. Take the next step and learn about our Connect Groups. Sign up for a Ministry Team and join us for our special events. We want to get to know you!



8:00PM on Wednesdays during January, May, and September only.

Every fourth month of the year, we host four weeks of Wednesday night services. These gatherings are slower-paced than our Sunday services, and feature extended times of worship and prayer. After a time of worship and a brief teaching, we spend time in prayer. We often pray for one another, the needs of our church, community and world.