Iglesia El Camino

We give thanks to our God for His mercy and say glory to God for all He's doing at Iglesia El Camino

Psalm 95:1

O come let us sing unto the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation.

Acts 2:46,47

Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts, they broke bread in their homes in a together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily to those who are being saved.

We can see God's Holy Spirit working in Lancaster County among Hispanic community. People are being brought to salvation by studying in applying God's word. They're becoming more obedient and are growing in this new transformation.

We say salvation through baptism, marriages, and baby dedications. These people are hungry for God's word and need for prayer.

The El Camino ministry is experiencing spiritual growth in our Sunday school classes; and on Wednesday, we come together for prayer time.

We comes together on Mondays for women's Bible study at the Moriah Baptist Mission Center. The Lord blessed our Bible study with wonderful, faithful teachers: Jenny Fox, Jenny McMillian, Dorothy Fairconeture, and Janet Lutz. Every Tuesday we read God's word, pray, and listen to the hearts of the people. We have special events which include a Christmas event for children, community prayer time, and we offer different Bible Studies throughout the year.

We would like to take this opportunity to say " thank you " to Moriah Baptist Association for partnering with us in our many different ministries. There are numerous other people who have helped us as well.

Our people love to come to Moriah Mission Center. At Moriah we enjoy activities which include Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners where we feed over 100 people.Our Hispanic group love to participate in mission projects. Last year we sent books, clothes, shoes, bylaws, and bookbags to hundreds. We intentionally delivered food to families who were in need. Also we purposely took food, clothes, and blankets to new families moving into our community. This activity was a relationship building process with them not only were we meeting their physical needs, but we were also creating relationship and meeting their spiritual needs. None of this could not have been accomplished without God's help through the Holy Spirit.

Ismary Alvarenga, Leader for Iglesia El Camino