Brief History of Rhema House of Worship
- First service held at Roseville Middle School on April 2, 2006.
- Moved our services to Newton Township Fire Department Gymnasium on June 4, 2006.
- Ten acres of property donated to build facility in July 2006.
- Moved into current facility on March 1, 2009.
Why Rhema House of Worship?
In Luke, Chapter 4, Jesus spoke to the devil these words: “it is written, that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.”
The Greek translation of word in that Scripture is “spoken word of God.” Our desire at Rhema House of Worship is to hear the voice of the Lord. His words are our daily bread, out sustenance for our daily lives.
In John, Chapter 4, Jesus speaks these words to the woman at the well: “God is a Spirit. And they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth.”
Our desire at Rhema House of Worship is to worship the Lord with all of our heart. We believe it is vital to honor Him in our daily lives. As we gather corporately, together, in His house, we listen to His words corporately and individually, and we worship Him as one voice. Our entire objective is to exalt Christ.
This is the springboard for all that we do at Rhema. It has been our focus from the beginning and always will be our focus. The Mission Statement, Vision Statement, activities and ministries that you will see on this website are directly connected to the cause of Christ. All testimonies of salvation, healing, deliverance, signs and wonders that come forth from this ministry are to the glory of Jesus Christ.
We focus on the simplicity of the Gospel. Our focus is Christ. As Paul wrote so well in Hebrews 12:2, “We look unto Jesus the Author and Finisher of our faith.” We have made Christ our focus in the past and He has blessed us in great measure. We are focused upon Christ now and He is blessing us every day. We will continue to focus on Christ in the future and He will continue to bless us.
Focused on Him Always