About Us

Baptism

SHEKINAH GLORY MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL MISSION STATEMENT

The purpose of Shekinah Glory Ministries is to glorify the Lord Jesus, God of the Scriptures, by maintaining and promoting his worship, both individually, and corporately, by evangelizing to the world, and by edifying his saints. Therefore, we are committed to the proclamation of God's perfect Law, and of the glorious Gospel of his grace through the world, to the defence of that "faith which was once delivered unto the saints", and to the pure and faithful celebration of the ordinances graciously given by Christ as Mediator of His New Covenant through the teachings of the Holy Bible (KJV).

Shekinah Glory Ministries is called to proclaim the Gospel of Christ and the beliefs of the evangelical Christian faith, to maintain the worship of God, and to inspire in all persons a love for Christ, a passion for righteousness, and a consciousness of their duties to God and their fellow human beings. We pledge our lives to Christ and covenant with each other to demonstrate His Spirit through worship, witnessing, and ministry to the needs of the people of this church and the community following the Apostolic doctrine.

Our Belief

We believe in ONE God who manifested Himself as father, Son/Word and Holy Spirit as written in 1 John 5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.

We believe in the holy bible and it is the inspired word of God. It is infallible and it cannot be changed or added to or subtracted from. It is the exact word of God and it endures forever. The old & new testament form one whole bible. The Old Testament is related to the New as the dawn to the day, or the prophecy to its accomplishment. Jesus appeared merely to consummate the Redemption which "the promises made to the fathers" had announced. "Think not," said he, "that I am come to destroy the law or the prophets, I am not come to destroy but to fulfil."

The mission of our Lord explained many things which had long remained mysterious; and, in allusion to the great amount of fresh information thus communicated, He is said to have "brought life and immortality to light through the gospel."