Outreach/Missions

Missions 

River of Jubilee Church is invested in both Nigeria and the Dominican Republic taking teams to help out in many ways.

Nigeria

In Nigeria, Pastor Gail joins a ministry team to preach in churches, teach at a pastor's conference and to bring food and clothing relief to intensely poor widows. The door is open for others to go and for the ongoing ROJC support of a local pastor and church to further the gospel in their region.

Dominican Republic

In the Dominican Republic, missionaries have traveled to several locations to help build, an outreach for children, churches, and communities. The DR remains a great place for first-time mission work, as well as seasoned Christian workers.

Outreach/Local
Tuesday Brunch

Led by Donna Weber at the property of Rock of Ages, They meet on Tuesdays 11 AM. 158 Monk Rd. Sprakers, NY.

 

Contact Donna & Larry Weber Ph: 518-673-3613

Join us for good fellowship, food and a time of prayer.

Healing Strong

Healing Strong is an outreach providing a place and information for healthy living based on the Bible, prayer, good nutrition, and exercise. People from miles around love to come to learn. They meet at 1 PM on the first Monday of the month at the River of Jubilee Church building. 

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Still Nativity- Christmas

The youth group of ROJC with the assistance of real sheep and chickens, testify to the true nature of Christmas at local community events during the Christmas season.

Prayer Tent

The prayer tent regularly travels to "The Gathering" in Amsterdam, NY to offer prayer for anyone who is in need.

Outreach/Regional
Suicide Project

A project involving several pastors from four counties is underway, led by Pastor Gail Adamoschek, to help Christians begin to have the knowledge, tools, and encouragement to help in the suicide crisis which effects our region.

Christian Disaster Ministry

Christian Disaster Ministry is active in our region when flooding has occurred in the Mohawk and Schoharie Valleys.