Our church has an environment that is welcoming to families.
We are a welcoming Christian church located at the heart of Cubao’s Gateway Mall with a passionate pursuit of God and a burning desire to witness every generation encounter God’s love and to shepherd individuals in their journey of faith through radical worship and meaningful fellowship.
We believe that each person has a God-given destiny. In essence, this is what we do: we journey as a family to discover that purpose revealed through God’s Word. But this is hardly the whole picture, come visit us to see for yourself. We are not your typical church. If you’re looking for a healthy community of family and relationships, if you’re looking to get connected, why not visit Gateway Mall and join us? We could be the church you’re looking for!
Here in Jesus’ Flock Gateway Church, anyone and everyone is invited.
Throughout the years of Jesus’ Flock’s existence, the development of the Church’s vision is recognized as being continuous, developing, and dynamically growing as God unfolds more and more of His plans.
During the envisioning workshop, the leaders of the fellowship has finalized a vision statement that encompasses the intent and direction of the church. It has been divided into two main parts:
“We will demonstrate our love for God through our worship, and our love for others through our membership in His family and through our life calling thereby equipping people to proclaim the power of the Gospel of His Kingdom throughout the world.”
This is a summary of our five (5) purposes on why Jesus’ Flock exists. It is therefore easily remembered in 5 key words:
The "Timothy" Group - Pre-Jesus’ Flock Years (1976 - 1983)
Jesus’ Flock traces its roots way back in the mid-70’s. On May 16, 1976, a group called “Timothy” was formed by a circle of high school friends who were new “Born-again” Christians. Surprisingly, the group’s initial goal was far from putting up a church or an organization. Instead, they focused on fulfilling Timothy’s vision–to serve as an “Example to other believers” (I Timothy 4:12).
As the group continually shared God’s love to others through their ministry, more and more young people eventually joined the group. Timothy was transformed from a small bunch of new Christian teenagers into a “fellowship” of a larger community committed to radical Christianity. Nevertheless, discipleship meant what it really meant in the Bible!
Jesus’ Flock Church (February 29, 1984)
Believing that God has ordained the “fellowship” to be a church, the elders then made a faithful decision to bring the church into a whole new level. After much prayer, this group finally received their Securities and Exchange Commission registration on February 29, 1984–a day where their fellowship was now officially acknowledged as…Jesus’ Flock Church!
What do you think of Jesus’ Flock Church?
“Jesus’ Flock Church is a safe place where you can feel the true meaning of family and a church. It is a home for me–a place where you can be who you are and be with people who will love you no matter what kind of person you are.”
“Jesus Flock introduced me to JREV CONVERGENCE back in my teenage years which was my first conversion. This church made a firm foundation in my Christianity that even if I runaway from God, I’d always find myself back into His loving arms.”
“Jesus Flock Church is my second family. I met my wife, Lalaine, from the time I was redeemed from the backslide period of my Christian life. Indeed, our church is a place of refuge wherein I can always count on because of the authenticity of our leaders. It helps me a lot in growing my relationship with our Abba Father, day by day.”
“Throughout the years, Jesus’ Flock Church has molded me to become the person God wants me to be by laying down the foundations of LOVE for Him, Love for people and love for the Vision of impacting the nations. It has become a family that gave me a clearer and broader perspective of what life with Jesus would enable me to do. I found my passion, tapped into my full potentials, and had never been the same again.”