We welcome you to worship with us each Sabbath (Saturday), in Manila at 2:00 p.m. at Unit 206 Rizalina 2 Annex Bldg., 1677 Quezon Avenue, Quezon City; and in Pangasinan at 10:00 a.m., San Carlos Preparatory School, 15 Perez Blvd., Ilang District, San Carlos City (Km. 1 marker). (See map for direction)
United Church of God follows the teachings of Jesus Christ and the early New Testament church. We cherish the Word of God and seek to live by every word of God.
As Christ set the example, we meet every Sabbath to assemble together, fellowship, worship, learn, and sing praises to our loving God.
We are a small, warm, friendly congregation, and we would love to have you visit and worship with us. Feel free to visit us any Sabbath.
If we can be of further assistance to you, please call or email. (Schedule may change without prior notice so, please contact one of our elders before coming).
We trace our origins to the Church that Jesus founded in the early first century.
We believe in the commanded observance of the seven annual Holy Days given to ancient Israel by God and kept by Jesus Christ, the apostles and the New Testament Church. These Holy Days reveal God’s plan of salvation.
The United Church of God, today with congregations in more than 40 countries, believes that our commission is to proclaim the gospel of the coming Kingdom of God to all the world as a witness and to teach all nations to observe what Christ commanded (Matthew:24:14; Matthew:28:19-20).
If you would like to know more, please contact our local pastor, Rey Evasco.
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The mission of the United Church of God is to proclaim to the world the little-understood gospel taught by Jesus Christ—the good news of the coming Kingdom of God—and to prepare a people for that Kingdom. This message not only offers great hope for all of humanity but encompasses the purpose of human existence—why we are here and where our world is headed.
What Does the United Church of God believe and teach? Are the teachings based on God’s Word written in the Bible?