Greetings From The Pastor
In October 1982, a small group of saints left Anderson church of God due to the compromise, spiritual deadness and sin in the midst. Under the pastorship of Bro. D. W. Layne, the new congregation prospered in holiness and unity. Since then, many who have been distressed and discontented with false religion, have heeded the call to “Come out of her my people” and have taken their stand with the church of God.
At the time of Bro. Layne’s passing, we were assembling in a meeting house in Upland, CA. Recently, the Lord allowed us to purchase a larger facility and we have since moved to Ontario, CA. Our children and young people are happy, zealous, and radical for God. Many labor in the mission field after finishing their education. Our families are stable, loving, and intact. If you are tired of the systems of religion and are wanting to experience pure religion and undefiled, we say, “Come and see!”
9:30 AM – Sunday School for all ages
10:45 AM – Morning Service
6:00 PM – Evening Service
6:30 PM – Midweek Service
|Apr 11–15, 2022||Gospel Meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA|
|Apr 22–24, 2022||Gospel Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|May 6–8, 2022||Gospel Meeting, Honey Grove, Texas, USA|
|May 22–29, 2022||Campmeeting, West Milton, Ohio, USA|
|Nov 21–26, 2022||Doctrinal Meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA|
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Ontario is a city located in southwestern San Bernardino County, California, 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. As of the 2010 Census, the city had a population of 163,924, making it the county’s fourth most populous city. It takes its name from the Ontario Model Colony development established in 1882 by the Canadian engineer George Chaffey and his brothers William and Charles. They named the settlement after their home province of Ontario, Canada.
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