It is important for us to be planted in a cell group and actively interact with other members of the cell group because we may not always be in a state where everything is fine and problem-free. There must be times when we feel tired, discouraged, and need support. This is where cell group plays a role, as our spiritual family who help us, pray for us during our difficult times, and even reprimand and remind us when we start to stray so that we don’t fall.

So we believe in Jesus. But why? And what does it mean to believe in Jesus? And what does it mean to be saved? And what does it look like in our daily lives?
Alfa Omega Church does our best to help every person learn more about their faith and beliefs in Jesus, and why. Through very user-friendly, easy, and empowering lessons, we bring people on a very personal, fun, and life-changing journey to learn more about who Jesus is, what does it mean to follow Him, and the relevance of it in our daily lives.

Marriage is a wonderful journey. But it takes work and wisdom to maneuver through it, to make the journey actually enjoyable.
We believe in helping husbands-and-wives-to-be, to prepare and equip them for the great journey of marriage. Through simple and personal meetings with our coaches, couples will be prepared to enter the great chapter of their lives confidently.

The church is our home and at home we are not always served but we serve. One of the best ways to build relationships with others and grow to be more like Jesus is by serving together at our local church. Serving means we do something according to our talents for the common good.

Water baptism is not an option but is a commandment that God has given to everyone who believes in Him. The meaning of water baptism is that we are united in Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.

Or have you forgotten that when we were joined with Christ Jesus in baptism, we joined him in his death? For we died and were buried with Christ by baptism. And just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glorious power of the Father, now we also may live new lives. (Romans 6:3-4, NLT)