Record Attendance

Feb_post pic“Reach the Nations Community Church had its highest local attendance ever yesterday on communion Sunday- 98!! I want to thank all of our servants, choir, worship teams, leaders and members. When everyone gives a little we all receive more. We celebrated, worshiped, and prayed in English, French, Persian,

Urdu, Swahili, Bosnian, Sango, and Amharic. Our church is over 90% refugee in make up and we are happy to welcome anyone who would come from any country, tribe, and language. We invite you to join us.”

-Pastor Bill Johnson



Big THANKS to Summer Teams



img_3232*Post written by our interim Teams & Volunteer Coordinator- Mary P.

This summer, Reach the Nations (RTN) had the great pleasure of hosting nine incredible teams from five different states. Many of those teams were from our partner churches or other churches who have served with us in the past, but we were also given the opportunity to build new relationships with potential partners as well. (more…)

A note from Pastor Bill…

We want to thank all of you who have been praying for me and our church over the last few mIMG_3086onths.  I stopped to thank God last Sunday as I watched our workers pulling out extra chairs as our attendance continues to grow.

On Mother’s Day we had a full house as we celebrated, ate, prayed and saw God bless us.  In the last month, our Sunday morning attendance and Wednesday small group attendance has doubled in size.   There is a freshness and an excitement among our people.   I cannot wait to see what the Lord is going to do next.


An Important Decision

Amy_AndreOne of our oldest RTN youth recently made the most important decision of his life. Andre decided to give his life to Christ. For a few weeks Andre has asked if there would be a time he and I could talk about what’s going on in his heart. I’ve seen a lot of spiritual growth in Andre and can really see that he understands what it means to give his life to the Lord. Andre approached me on Sunday and said, “Ms. Amy, I understand what Jesus did for me like we talked about in class. Can we talk today?” (more…)