It’s time for a little diversion from the usual old Catholic churches photos here. I started going to this church in 1995.
Cebu Bethel Temple is an Assemblies of God affiliate pentecostal church founded in 1955 under a mango tree in Banawa. Though, its first formal building venue was first located in Sanciangko st., it was called Cebu Revival Center then.
The present address is in B. Rodriguez St, in Espina Village. They have a website: www.cebubetheltemple.org.
The photo below were taken on random dates.
The facade of Cebu Bethel Temple.I shot this while riding a jeepney.
Shot in the late afternoon, almost 6:00 pm.
At the entrance of Cebu Bethel Temple. A number of tourist Buddhists visit this church on a Sunday by mistake, because of the word “Temple”, lol.
The congregation area. That guy on the keyboard is rehearsing his part for tomorrow’s Sunday service. We call it “service” and equivalent to the Catholic’s “mass”.
The empty cross. Protestants always depict an empty cross to symbolize that Jesus has risen from the dead, also a sign of “victory”.
During a Anniversary Sunday service. I used to sing as a backup, up there on the stage.
The wife of the head pastor, speaking.
Hands in worship. Raising my hand was so hard at first. Raising my hand during worship was like releasing and surrendering myself to God.