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In Matthew 16:18, Jesus prophetically stated; “I will build my church…” The many types and shadows of the Old Testament Tabernacle and Temple worship were pointing toward the New Testament period and establishment of the Church of Jesus Christ on this earth. After His death and resurrection, Jesus showed Himself alive to many of His disciples for 40 days.

He left them with the promise of the Spirit returning to indwell them (Luke 24:49; Acts 1:5-8). On the Jewish Feast day of Pentecost, 30 A.D., a group of one hundred and twenty faithful followers of Jesus were gathered in Jerusalem in an upper room. Suddenly they were overwhelmed with the promised Spirit. They began to speak with other languages as the Spirit gave them utterance. Thus the Church was born!
As the Apostle Peter spoke to the gathered throng, 3,000 others were likewise added to the original group of one hundred twenty. Since this beginning in Jerusalem, the Church spread as the apostles carried the Gospel forth into the world. At the death of the apostles and the conclusion of their writings, which we recognize as New Testament Epistles, those whom they had ordained continued their message with signs following. During the intervening centuries, the true Church of Jesus Christ has known much tribulation and persecution at the hand of those who oppose her message. Yet in every century the Lord has had a witness and the Church has had a voice.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, God chose the United States to pour out the Latter Rain of His Spirit. Revival fires began to spread as people began to seek a deeper experience with God. Soon thousands were filled with the Holy Spirit and baptized in the Name of Jesus Christ here in the United States. Then, Missionaries were sent out into other countries carrying the Gospel. Thus America became a great bastion for Apostolic truth in the twentieth century. In every state the Apostolic Message spread and churches were founded. From these churches, groups began to form as churches and men of God united their efforts to do more for God. Through the efforts of these faithful witnesses the Commission of Jesus Christ to “…preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15), is being fulfilled.
The Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ is a continuation of the great revival that began on the day of Pentecost at Jerusalem, A.D. 30, and is founded upon the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the Chief cornerstone, (Acts 2:1-41; Ephesians 2:19, 20). Various groups throughout the country went by different names trying and striving to promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Finally in the month of March, 1952, three groups known as the Assemblies of the Church of Jesus Christ, Jesus Only Apostolic Church of God, and the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ, formulated a merger adopting the name Assemblies of the Lord Jesus Christ, which is Apostolic in Doctrine and Teachings, and the Bible as their guide book.


ALJC Of Canada Connections

 

Antworth, Rev. Howard
529 Route 560
Jacksonville, NB. E7M 3H9
506-612-3960
General Superintendent
ALJC Canada Inc.

howardantworth@gmail.comBrewer, Rev. Conrad
4337 Route 105
Upper Queensbury, NB, E6G 1X8
506-575-2711
Honorary Board MemberBrymer, Rev. Brad
3213 Route 103
Simonds, NB E7P 2Z2
Phone: 506-425-8704
pastorbmbrymer@gmail.comCorbin, Bro. Jason
1148 Route 124
Norton, NB E5T 1Y8
jasonandterry@gmail.com

Doherty, Rev. Jeffrey
6 Orchard Drive
Fredericton, NB E3C 1K8
Phone: 506-230-2648
jeffdoherty001@gmail.com

Eyolfson, Bro. Riley
Box 75
Lundar, MB ROC 1YO
Phone: 204-280-0134
pastorriley@lundarlighthouse.ca
(L/L Sept.9/2019)

Hanley, Rev. Vincent
4626 Pictou Landing Road
R R # 2
Trenton, NS BOK 1XO
Phone: 902-752-3353

Holmes, Bro. Donald
137 Hospital Street
Bath, NB E7J 1C2
drivesafemedic@msn.com
L/L  Nov 2023

Hooper, Rev. Wade
222 Frye Road
Chamcook, NB E3B 0C4
wbhell8898@gmail.com

Hudlin, Rev. Elizabeth
61 Stewart Ave
Sussex, NB E4E 2E7
elizabethhudlin@outlook.com

Ingraham, Rev. Paul
3790 Route 105
Bear Island, NB E6L 1J9
506-476-3041
crystalingraham22@gmail.com
Executive Board ALJCC

Khup, Rev. Mang (Bro. Daniel)
370 Joffre Place
Windsor, ON N8X 2S9
Phone: 1-918-955-2960
mkkhup@gmail.com

Laking, Rev. Raymond
48 Western St.
Sussex, NB E4E 1E6
Phone: 506-512-0941
ray51@live.ca

McAllister, Rev. Terry
13 James Street, Box 300
Lynn, Ontario K0E 1H0
Phone: 1-613-803-3043
revtmcallister@yahoo.comMcGillan, Rev. James
Box 486
Stonewall, MB. R0C 2Z0
204-461-0551
pastorjames@lundarlighthouse.ca
Secretary ALJCCMcGillan, Rev. Winston
Box 342
Lundar, MB. R0C 1Y0
204-762-5001
Honorary Board MemberMcManus, Rev. Alan
172 Snow Settlement Road
Tracey Mills, NB E7K 1J3
207-551-0527
alandmcmanus@gmail.com

McManus, Michelle
172 Snow Settlement Road
Tracey Mills, NB E7K 1J3
(L/L July 31/ 2023)
mcmanusmichelle45@gmail.com

McManus, Caleb
157 Reach Road, Apt P21
Presque Isle, ME 04769
calebmmcmanus@gmail.com
(L/L July 31/ 2023)

Morin, Rev. Lawrence
2280 Loch Lomond Road
Saint John, NB E2N 1A2
Phone: 506-898-2960
lighthouseoffaith@rogers.com
Executive Board ALJCC

Munn, Rev. Eugene
237 Brookside Drive, Apt. 8
Building A
Fredericton, NB E3A 1V3
Phone: 506-440-1670

Olafson, Rev. Jason
Box 12
Lundar, MB R0C 1Y0
Phone: 204-762-5981
vickijason@hotmail.com
Executive Board ALJCC

Thorgierson, Richard
713-55 Magazine Street
Saint John, NB E2K 2S5
richardthor58@gmail.com
G/L. July 2023

Wilson, Bro. Zachary
5127 Route 560
River de Chute, NB E7H 4S2
Phone: 506-325-8670
wilson.zach.mar@gmail.com
ALJCC Youth Director
G/L. Sept 2023

 


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