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Churches Non Denominational in El Paso, TX
10200 Album Ave
A wonderful church with so many loving genuine people.\r Very ""community"" oriented even if you live miles away.\r A place where you can feel 100% comfortable with who you are.\r People wear jeans if they like...the music is amazing.\r Never any pressure whatsoever to tithe....the plates are in the back of the church, not passed around...its between you and God.\r We are very satisfied about our new church home after looking for so long.
2.Calvary Chapel Of El Paso
1771 N Zaragoza Rd
Calvary Chapel of El Paso is affiliated and in fellowship withÂ other Calvary Chapels worldwide including Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa pastored by Pastor Chuck Smith. Pastor Charlie Flores is the pastor of Calvary Chapel of El Paso. Pastor Charlie teaches through the Bible verse by verse. In 2010, he is teaching throught the Book of Genesis on Saturday evening and Sunday mornings. Wednesday nights, Pastor Charlie is teaching through the Book of Romans. WeÂ have a Spanish ministry that meets on Sunday morning at 11 AM and Wednesday night at 7 PM. The Spanish studies are taught by George Hernandez.
3.Abundant Living Faith Center
1000 Valley Crest Dr
At ALFC You'll Find * Relevant Bible Teachings * Upbeat and Contemporary Music and Dramas * Opportunities to Meet New People and Make New Friends * Opportunities to Grow Both Personally and in Your Marriage * Concerts, Guest Speakers and Conferences Scheduled Throughout the Year Ministry for the Family * Excellent Nursery for Newborn - 4 Years * Exciting Children's Ministry for Kids 5 Years - 6th Grade * Awesome Youth Ministry for Teens 7th - 12th Grade * Faith Christian Academy K3 - 12th Grades * Full Christian Bookstore and 4 Full Service Coffee Shops
4.Horizon Christian Fellowship
1401 Hawkins Blvd
10555 Edgemere Blvd
My life has been changed because of LifeGate Church. The pastors are faithful to the Lord, and faithful to lead as Holy Spirit tells them. My family and I LOVE it!! Vibrant worship, good teachings, loving people! YOU ARE INVITED!!
6230 Dyer St
7.Vino Nuevo El Paso-Northeast
5250 Fairbanks Dr
8.Kingdom Power Chapel, Inc.
11829 Gwen Evans Ln
9.Revolution of Love Ministries (ROLM)
2004 Thunder Ridge Dr
10.Hope Is On The Rise
1691 N Zaragoza Rd
11.Rose of Sharon Christian Academy & Church
7932 Mansfield Ave
12.Ministerios Encuentro & Conexion
8800 Cristo Viene Dr
13.Mission De Gracia
1385 Northwestern Dr
14.Destiny Family Christian Center
9605 Dyer St
I found the freindliest people, funniest preacher (be had a great message) and a really really diverse congregation - ya gotta check it out!
15.Westside Church Of Christ
100 N El Paso St
We recently moved and are military. The last few Sundays we have visited two other congregations and had some pretty positive experiences. When we arrived at Westside on Wednesday they were barely friendly. We chalked it up to summer time and kids being at a retreat. The following Sunday we showed up and were disappointed to find that the atmosphere was not much different. We made our visiting status known upon arrival and after a handshake or two were promptly ignored. My husband had some great memories from his college days at this church and I guess we had unreasonable expectations. Churches change and grow, we understand that but some things should never change and that is greeting and welcoming strangers. During the met and greet assembly I rose to introduce myself and my hubby stopped me and said just wait, "You are going to be blown away!" We waited. People stared. No one said a thing and church resumed. After church we had one person say Hello. If there were more members like her our coming back would not be called into question. As it is, our family of six will continue our search, taking this one off our list.
16.La Paz Faith Inc
1201 N Piedras St
What a beautiful, tranquil and peaceful place.
17.Fresh Vision Church
4631 Cohen Ave
Fresh Vision Church aspires to cultivate a community within this current generation, that passionately desires to promote and advance the gospel of Jesus Christ through love and self sacrificing service.
18.Horizon Christian Fellowship
3601 Edgar Park Ave
19.New Testament Christian Church
5208 Tetons Dr
20.Iglesia Del Dios Vivo
8800 Cristo Viene Dr
21.World Victory Center
6200 Dyer St
4525 Fairbanks Dr
23.La Iglesia Del Senor
694 W Paisano Dr
24.Church of Christ In Eastwood
10104 Album Ave
Since we are in the military it's always hard finding a church home. It takes a few visits to different locations before we make a choice because we have kids and need a solid youth group. Upfront this church was friendly and everyone went out of their way to make us feel welcome. It was not a large congregation and the youth was scattered in age and not together. We'll go back again but if we do not see more youth then most likely we will move on. However, this church makes it hard to turn away: they sent us a card and did a follow-up call the week after our first visit. Good visitor reception! Just get more youth and you're going places!
2301 N Lee Trevino Dr
Vista Hills Church was founded in 1975 as a satellite of First Baptist Church of El Paso. The small seed congregation was originally known as First Baptist East and held services in the music room of Eastwood Middle school. In 1977 the church moved into a small newly-built facility at its current location. The church changed its name to Vista Hills Baptist Church to better identify with its new home in the Vista Hills Sub-division in what was the far-east side of El Paso. Since then the church facilities have been expanded twice and the church now finds itself in what is generally accepted as the geographical center of El Paso. In 1997 Vista Hills dropped the Baptist designation from its name and began functioning as a non-denominational church devoted to minister to the physical needs of El Paso/Juarez while striving to advance the Kingdom of God through His saving gospel message here and abroad.
26.Cross of Grace Church
4700 Leeds Ave
27.Middle Jerusalem Anointed Ministry
9828 Montana Ave
28.The Door Christian Center
1000 Kastrin St
29.Latter Rain Harvest FellowshipServing the El Paso, TX area
Latter Rain Harvest Fellowship is a nondenominational church.We serve the Las Cruces area, though anyone interested in attending is welcome. Please join us at throughout the week. *Sunday morning services begin at 10:30 am. *Wednesday Corporate Prayer at 6:00 pm.*Wednesday night discipleship class at 7 pm. Please call for more information. We are located across from the Bank of Rio Grand and the downtown mall.
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