New Here? What to Expect

Service

Our services include traditional music and teaching from the Bible and are about 1 hour 15 minutes long.

Dress

You'll see everything from jeans and a t-shirt to a 3 piece suit.

Come as you are!

Parking

Our parking lot has plenty of spaces including highly visible accessible parking spaces for people with disabilities. You can also enjoy a ride on our shuttle to and from the building.

Security

Your safety is our highest priority. We have trained security personnel in place to ensure that our church continues to be a safe place to visit.

Disabled

If you have trouble distinguishing sounds in larger rooms, we provide personal assisted hearing devices during our services and events.

Café

Grab a cup of coffee in our café, enjoy a cookie (or two) for a relaxed and fun way to meet others and learn more about Jubilee Fellowship.

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You Are Invited

“In the last days it will be, God declares, that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh, and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams.”―Acts 2:17

Churches today are sometimes guilty of thinking only the visions and dreams for the future belonging to the young. They strategize and plan their church programs, budgets, and new leadership for those they feel can help grow the church. They are not intentional about engaging older adults across their ministries.

At Ventura Jubilee Fellowship, we celebrate being a church of diverse, older Christians. We see it as a blessing, an opportunity for new beginnings, new dreams and new visions for the later years of our lives.

Through our ministries, people in our local community, can gather together to glorify God through fellowship with one another, find meaningful friendships, enjoyable activities, and a network of care where they can continue to grow in their faith.

We offer you a place where you can contribute and celebrate your spiritual gifts. Through being involved, you will experience supportive, fulfilling friendships with other mature adults as well as be an example to the younger generation.

Did You Know?

  • About 1 in 8 Americans is an older adult

  • Over 2 million people celebrated their 65th birthdays in 2002

  • 38% of Americans will reach age 65 over the next two decades

  • By the year 2030, the older adult population will more than double to 72 million

  • People reaching age 65 have an average life expectancy of 83 years

Come Join Us

Come join us this Sunday where God’s Word is clearly taught and Jesus Christ is honored and glorified―where all God’s people are welcomed and valued according to His love.

Do you have questions?