Minister Anthony Eugene Harris

Associate Minister


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OUR VISION STATEMENT:

 

The New Jerusalem Baptist Church seeks to make disciples in every household in and around the Chapel Oaks community and support home and foreign missions in spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the entire world.

 Rev. Donald Sandler Speakerere.

1219 Dunbar Oaks Drive, Capitol Heights, MD,  20743

Dr. Thomas J. Henderson, Pastor ---   Minister Robert P. Campbell,  Assistant to Pastor
Minister Anthony Eugene Harris  ----------   Minister Walter Irvin White 
Minister H. Clinton Wike, Sr.,  Minister of Music


Week of Sunday, April 5, 2020


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New Jerusalem's Services

New Jerusalem Baptist Church


The Church Where Everybody is Somebody and Christ is Lord  

Even though our church’ plans and the circumstances of our world have been significantly altered this year, God is in control and His plans are never thwarted. The current situation, including the pandemic, is not a surprise to Jesus. He was not surprised when He entered into the capital city as the Messiah King of Israel, when the people sang His praises and recognized his authority, laying down their cloaks and palm branches so that His donkey would not need to tread on the dirt. Jesus wasn’t surprised for even as He rode into Jerusalem, he was fully aware that it was to be the last week of His earthly ministry. He knew full well that this week would end with his crucifixion. Jesus knew that, even while the crowd of people sang His praises, yet another and a different crowd would surround him later that week to call for his death, hanging upon a cross.

Jesus knew but many of the people of Israel didn’t realize that Jesus came to set them free from something far greater than the Roman Empire. He came to give them salvation and to set them free from their bondage to sin and death. Today, living in the modern world with relative wealth and comfort, many fall asleep to our need to be saved. Yet, He offers the same salvation to all even today. Look upon this Palm Sunday with hope and faith, even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Yes, the pandemic is a threat to our health and well-being, and has reminded us of just how delicate life is. But it also reminds us just how much we need Jesus—both in this life and in the next.

So as you celebrate Palm Sunday, do so with joyful anticipation and expectation. It’s the beginning of Holy Week, where we remember the life and ministry of Jesus’, climaxing with the celebration of his resurrection on Easter Sunday.  So instead of allowing yourself to be filled with a sense of discouragement, dread, or disappointment this week, because of circumstances, ask Jesus to once again fill your heart with a sense of hope. God has done great things, He is doing great things (even  if you can’t currently see them clearly). And He will continue to do great things!.

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Sunday, April 5, 2020 Palm Sunday Live Service

Minister Robert P. Campbell

Assistant to Pastor 

Dr. Thomas J. Henderson

Pastor

Rev. Charles W. Bynum Revivalist our 3rd night

Minister Walter Irvin White

Associate Minister


​Ryan Dixon Revivalist 2nd night 

 

Our very own Pastor Dr. Thomas J. Henderson

Minister H. Clinton Wike, Sr.

Associate Minister/

​Minister of Music


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WEEKLY REMINDERS:


ATTENTION:  DUE TO THE CURRENT


CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK, THERE WILL BE NO


SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE or 


BIBLE STUDY AND PRAYER SERVICE ON


WEDNESDAY NIGHT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE​


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SERVICES ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL



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